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Land Patent in a territory?

The mystery of Land Patents unveiled.

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Land Patent in a territory?

Postby Nvlawman » Wednesday August 15th, 2012 5:54 am MDT

It has recently been brought to my attention that a part of my State was never legally made a part of said State. That means that said portion of the State is still a territory. That being said, wouldn't all property titles in said area be improper as filed within the State since the time of believed Statehood? That being the case, couldn't one go in on a property and declare a land patent on the same land despite color of title already existing? If so, what would be the cost involved? Would there be a better way to do the same thing or is it not even feasable? Does anyone here have any other ideas?

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Re: Land Patent in a territory?

Postby Admin » Wednesday August 15th, 2012 5:31 pm MDT

:h: Nvlawman:
That is an interesting concept; “Was all of Nevada made a State or was only part of it so made?”
To help you with such a complex matter, you would have to be a Team Law beneficiary; however, we can say that we did discover a similar omission with regard to Ohio’s entry as a State in the Union and that matter was subsequently resolved by the State with a legislative Act that acknowledged the entry in recent times. Of course, prevailing land law had already taken care of that matter in accord with the law of Grand Jubilee.

Also, the omission would neither invalidate any of the respective titles (land patents) nor the subsequent transactions regarding: real estate, land and/or property appurtenant to the same. To help you learn how to learn why would again require Team Law beneficiary support.

Thus, our basic response to your inquiry regarding either “declaring a land patent” or otherwise claiming title to such land (or to the property appurtenant to the same) would not be feasible. Nonetheless, there may be lawful means whereby title to unappropriated public land may be acquired if the process prescribed by law was followed properly. However, that too would require Team Law beneficiary support.

May we suggest that a good start towards becoming a Team Law beneficiary might be to get involved in the Success Network; doing so would certainly be an asset to you regardless of what you want to accomplish in any aspect of life.

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