In 1990, the Umbrella Final Agreement was signed, and by November 1991, a model agreement for Indian self-government was reached, and negotiations began with four of the Yukon First Nations to settle Final Agreements which would allocate lands and settlements dollars, among other specific matters. Work also began on a model self-government agreement. The four First Nations who eventually reached their agreements were the First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun, Champagne & Aishihik First Nations, Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, and Teslin Tlingit Council. By 1992, self-government negotiations with the four First Nations concluded and two bills were passed in the Yukon legislature to enact the agreements. When the agreements were signed publicly by the three parties, the Federal Government, the Government of Yukon, and the Council of Yukon First Nations, the negotiations are generally thought to have come to an end. While this event did bring finality in terms of the Umbrella Final Agreement and model agreements for the four First Nations being settled, it also meant that much work was left to be done on behalf of the remaining First Nations. By 1998, three further First Nations, Little Salmon-Carmacks First Nation, Selkirk First Nation, and the Tr'ondek H'wechin First Nation had signed their agreements and become self-governing First Nations. In 2002, the Ta'an Kwach'an Council signed its agreements. In 2003, the Kluane First Nation signed its agreements. In 2005, the Kwanlin Dun First Nation and the Carcross/Tagish First Nation signed their agreements. Three First Nations remain in negotiations for their agreements and they are the White River First Nation, the Liard First Nation and the Ross River Dena Council.