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    Re: Land Ownership

    Haha yes...charging $1 for my services sounds fair. The chain of title thing sounds like a grand version of title search which usually only goes back 60 years. Trying to DIY this myself right now;...
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    Ok...homing in, maybe the dust is starting to settle.

    Must withdraw consent. Remove "citizenship" and "residency"...to become an inhabitant, with a domicile...a non-person, being a state national,...
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    A patent/grant alone, even with a chain of custody, won't do it. The only way I can see how those were qualified, is that the grantees were required to build a house and farm an acre (at least in...
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    Perhaps so.

    What I found so far, is that most of the U. S. land was put into the Bureau of Land Management (Federal) by treaties. However, that was hardly ever used around here: I found one Patent...
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    Re: Land Ownership

    Mine is not, but the house of my American patriarch is historical:

    http://montourcountyhistoricalsociety.org/MontHiRes.JPG

    http://montourcountyhistoricalsociety.org/

    Most likely owned by a...
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    Land Ownership

    When we used to kick this stuff around the campfire--there was someone who used to say--the only way you can have absolute ownership of land as private property, is if it had come into possession as...
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