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In the case of Jacobs v. Jacobs, 138 Wis.2d 19, 405 N.W.2d 668 (Ct. App. 1987), a party argued state law did not have authority to include the value of a home on a reservation as it would be against the tribe’s laws. However, the trial court decided that state law might be applied to Indian reservations unless such application would interfere with tribal self-government, or impair a right granted to reservations by the federal government.

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