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If grandmother had a land patent

The mystery of Land Patents unveiled.

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If grandmother had a land patent

Postby Runtuitman » Tuesday October 30th, 2012 7:30 pm MDT

If grandmother had a land patent and took loan out on house then bank took it back would her grand child have right to land or did the bank have a right to take it back? What does it mean when BLM said no claim to mineral on land? Does Grand child have right to try to reclaim land that is now vacant if the grandparent own it free and clear?

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Re: If grandmother had a land patent

Postby Admin » Thursday November 1st, 2012 3:47 pm MDT

:h: Runtuitman:
It seems like your question is about inheritances, which can be a very complex question; however, in this case (where the inheritance in question is dealing with Land), to understand that answer you must first understand the distinction between Land and the property appurtenant to it. As it happens, we cover that very topic in our Land 101 article.

To gain a better understanding of inheritances, we suggest that you study the stories of inheritance dealing with the Sons and grandsons of Abraham; for those stories stand at the basis of such understanding in law. The bottom line: there is a significant distinction between a person being an heir apparent and an actual heir. That is to say, though a party may be in line to inherit a thing, until the inheritance is actually granted, it remains the property of the parent/ancestor/etc.

The situation you provided then gets into a far more technical point when you are dealing with the terms and conditions of the contract between a borrower and a lender and the mechanics of such a matter remain controlled by such agreements. Thus, to help you learn how to learn to understand such matters would require Team Law beneficiary support. Again, our Land 101 article can help you understand several matters relevant to your inquiry; not the least of which is the fact that the land patent will have nothing to do with any requirements made in a subsequent loan or tax liability.

You did not provide sufficient information for us to answer your final question and the actual complexity of the matter certainly requires Team Law beneficiary support for us to help you learn how to arrive at that answer.

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Runtuitman wrote:If grandmother had a land patent and took loan out on house then bank took it back would her grand child have right to land or did the bank have a right to take it back? What does it mean when BLM said no claim to mineral on land? Does Grand child have right to try to reclaim land that is now vacant if the grandparent own it free and clear?
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