The opinion of the court was delivered by: Royce C. Lamberth United States District Judge
ORDER ISSUING STRUCTURAL INJUNCTION
For the reasons set forth in the accompanying memorandum opinions issued this date, the Court hereby issues the following structural injunction:
For purposes of this structural injunction:
A. "Interior defendants" shall mean the Secretary of the Interior, and the Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs, who are defendants in the present action in their official capacities.
B. "Trust" shall mean the Individual Indian Money (IIM) Trust.
C. "Plaintiffs" shall mean all present and former beneficiaries of the Trust.
D. "The 1994 Act" shall mean the Indian Trust Fund Management Reform Act, Pub.L. No. 103-412, 108 Stat. 4239.
E. "Order" shall mean the present structural injunction.
F. "Accounting Plan" shall mean The Historical Accounting Plan for Individual Indian Money Accounts, which was filed by the Interior defendants with this Court on January 6, 2003.
G. "Comprehensive Plan" shall mean the Department of the Interior Comprehensive Trust Management Plan, which was filed by the Interior defendants with this Court on March 28, 2003, not including any provisions thereof dealing solely with tribal trust issues.
H. "Compliance Plan" shall mean the Department of the Interior Fiduciary Obligations Compliance Plan, which was filed by the Interior defendants with this Court on January 6, 2003.
I. "Accounting Standards Manual" shall mean the Accounting Standards Manual dated May 9, 2003, which the Interior defendants filed with the Court as Defendants' Exhibit 59 during the Phase 1.5 trial in the present action.
A. The Interior defendants, their agents, employees, successors in office, and any others acting in concert with them are hereby enjoined from failing to implement fully and within the times prescribed each of the provisions of this Order.
B. If at any time, the Interior defendants' implementation of this Order is affected by a provision in this Order that is susceptible to more than one reasonable interpretation, then the Interior defendants may file a motion requesting that the Court clarify the provision at issue. If the Interior defendants do not file such a motion, then the Interior defendants shall construe the provision at issue in accordance with the reasonable interpretation that is most consistent with the "most exacting fiduciary standards" demanded of a trustee.
C. If at any time, it appears to plaintiffs that the Interior defendants are interpreting any provision of this Order too narrowly or incorrectly, plaintiffs may file a motion requesting that the Court clarify the provision at issue.
D. The Interior defendants shall administer the Trust in compliance with applicable tribal law and ordinances.
E. The relief awarded in this Order is supplemental to any relief awarded heretofore in the present litigation, including that awarded in the Court's memorandum opinion of December 21, 1999, as affirmed by the D.C. Circuit in Cobell v. Norton, 240 F.3d 1081 (D.C. Cir. 2001).
III. Historical Accounting
A. Pursuant to the 1994 Act, the Interior defendants shall provide plaintiffs with an accurate accounting of all money in the Trust held in trust for the benefit of plaintiffs, without regard to when the funds were deposited. The Interior defendants shall conduct a historical accounting of the Trust, in accordance with the timetable provided in section IV of this Order. The historical accounting of the Trust shall be undertaken in accordance with the ...