Will you be selling it now?
The Oneida tribe is selling land and recently put many of its tax delinquent properties up for sale.
Logical people know that the Sherrill case established land status when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Judge Hurd's ruling and ruled the land was taxable.
Following that, Judge Hurd ruled that the property tax can't be collected because the tribe has sovereign immunity and the law can't be enforced.
But the tribe made the mistake of suing every village, town, city, school district, and county it had land in over their tax assessments. Once the tribe puts itself in court, those being sued have recourse and the courts have refused to drop the case despite the Oneida tribe's plea to back out of it's lawsuits in exchange for in lieu of taxes.
They know Hurd's ruling will be overturned and that will jeopardize their land claims, their trust applications, their jurisdiction, their tax status claims, and possibly the Turning Stone. Maybe the bought off county politicians there will even have to enforce the smoking laws.
My guess is they're just trying to buy time to get past the next Presidential election in hopes that a tribal supporter wins.