Oneida Indian Nation v. County of Oneida

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  “We have used the term laches here, as a convenient shorthand for the equitable principles at stake in this case, but the term is somewhat imprecise for the purpose of deciding those principles. . . .

The Oneidas assert that the invocation of a purported laches defense is improper here because the defendants have not established the necessary elements of such a defense.  This omission is not ultimately important, as the equitable defense recognized in Sherrill and applied in Cayuga does not focus on the elements of traditional laches.”

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