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planning and zoning vs land patent

The mystery of Land Patents unveiled.

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planning and zoning vs land patent

Postby Jthat » Monday March 9th, 2009 9:15 am MDT

In researching with a land patent, one post stated than with a land patent in place that the county planning and zoning has no jurisdiction in enforcing the local ordinances. Also, the state (in my case) refuses to acknowledge my questions regarding their jurisdiction on my land. Are there specific court cases regarding their attempt to restrict the usage of my land?? Also, is there any specific court cases regarding trespassing of employees of above agencies. Any help will be appreciated.

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Re: planning and zoning vs land patent

Postby Admin » Tuesday March 10th, 2009 11:07 am MDT

:h: Jthat:
The nature of your inquiry was dealing with a private matter; thus, it should have been submitted in a private message to Admin.
Further, the details necessary for us to respond properly to your post were not included, which limits us from fully responding.
And finally, if sufficient information had been included, the details necessary for such a response would require Team Law beneficiary support; so, as a Team Law beneficiary you should have posted you inquiry either in the Beneficiary Forum or in a private message to Admin.
That being stated the general topic of your inquiry is one of general interest so rather than moving your post, we left it here and responded to it accordingly; as follows:[hr][/hr]Though the concept you presented regarding “zoning” and applicability of “local ordinances” is one widely spread among the Patriot Mythologists, it is not correct as you presented it. Land patents have nothing to do either with “zoning” or with the applicability of “local ordinances”. Our Land 101 article properly covers that subject; so we suggest you might want to review that article again if not for the first time.
The “one post” you referred to was either not ours or you have referred to something out of context.
Because we do not have the whole story regarding the nature of the jurisdictional questions you are asking the State, we cannot comment on their responses. However, given the misunderstanding expressed regarding the applicability of “zoning” and “local ordinances”, we can say, it is possible you have misunderstood the principle issues regarding the Land and the jurisdictional issues regarding the property appurtenant to the Land in question.
We expect you and other landowners of your land are the only parties that would know if your land has been involved in any court cases that would restrict the usage of your land. Accordingly, we do not have sufficient information from you to be able to respond to that question more fully and even if we did, we do not do your research work for you.
Your last question asks if a certain type of cases exist. Though you did not provide sufficient information, regarding the “above agencies” referenced, such that we could properly respond, cases do exist regarding trespassing on private property even from agents for government.

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