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OJ Governor - Requirements —

Postby Zeal » Sunday August 14th, 2005 7:40 pm MDT

Hello Team Law,

I am interested in helping you reseat the nations government and I have a question.

Does a governor need to own land in the state where he holds office? Or does he just need to get elected by other land owners.

For example, if a person were to be renting at the present time with no intent to purchase land, could that person be elected Governor?

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Re: OJ Governor - Requirements

Postby Admin » Sunday August 14th, 2005 10:42 pm MDT

:h: Steve,

To qualify for the office of Governor a person must first be a qualified elector in the State of the election. Therefore, the candidate must at least own land.

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Re: Elector & de jure Candidate requirements

Postby Admin » Thursday April 13th, 2006 3:05 pm MDT

:h: Larry:
Thank you for your inquiry.
Your subject might just as well been a topic for our Land Patent forum because it asks its question about “landownership in the traditional sense”; which is definitely by patent. If you have read our article found at this Open Forum link: Land 101. Then you might also understand that mortgages are not related to land patents and have no relevance with them. (If you have not read that article, you likely should.) Thus, if you have not properly secured your assignment to the Land, which is granted on a land patent, then you may or may not qualify as an elector, pending on whether your land rights were so granted. For example, some deeds exclude land rights. Without reviewing such documents we could not say whether or not you have the necessary landowner’s rights that qualify them as an elector.

A final note: in most cases such rights are included in most deeds.

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Postby Gldskr » Sunday January 28th, 2007 9:32 pm MST

In Minnesota, the original 1858 constitution doesn't require land ownership as a qualification to be an elector.

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Postby Geibes » Monday January 29th, 2007 8:39 am MST

gldskr-
In Qualified Electors and Land Ownership, Team Law has made a comment relating to why electors need to be land owners even if it's not spelled out in the state constitution.
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