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Issuing patents for lands held under color of title.

United States. Congress. House

Issuing patents for lands held under color of title.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deeds,
  • Land tenure,
  • New Mexico

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPatents for lands held under color of title in New Mexico
    SeriesH.rp.1213
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16147200M

    His intent has no bearing on his eventual claim for title under adverse possession. Shorter Limitations Period When Property Is Held Under Color of Title. As discussed above, Washington State generally requires a ten-year limitation period for occupation of property by the trespasser in order to gain title under Wash. Rev. Code Ann. § "Color of Title" acts. The filing of a declaration of land patent and the refiling of the original land patent with an attempt "to bring up" the land patent in the filing party's name is an attempt on the part of the filer to confuse the first step in the transfer of the property. 5.

      "A grant of land (Land Patent) is a public law standing on the statue books of the State, and is notice to every subsequent purchaser under any conflicting sale made afterward." Wineman v. Gastrell, 54 FED , 2 IS Ap. The Land Patent is permanent and cannot be changed by the government after its issuance.   Patent Board, consisting of Secretary of State, Secretary of War, and Attorney General, established by the Patent Act of (1 Stat. ), Ap Abolished by the Patent Act of (1 Stat. ), Febru , with responsibility for issuing patents given to Secretary of State.

    A land patent is useful to help define the extent of real property ownership. Unfortunately, a land patent will not anoint the property owner with the sovereignty of a king, nor establish the patch of land as a private fiefdom. You cannot dodge taxes with a land patent. You cannot avoid land use regulation with a land patent. The Myth: A land patent is useful to help define the extent of real property Truth: Unfortunately, a land patent will not anoint the property owner with the sovereignty of a king, nor establish the patch of land as a private fiefdom. You cannot dodge taxes with a land patent. You cannot avoid land use regulation with a land patent. This seems to be the goal of many proponents of.


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Issuing patents for lands held under color of title by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Without such transfer of control over the right and title to the land, there would be no effective authority in a land patent sealed under the signature of the President.

For example, with few exceptions, U. of A. land patents have no authority in the Republic of Texas because Texas never ceded its lands. Private property was created in the United States of America through the issuance of land patents that transferred title of public lands to named individuals, and to their heirs and assigns forever.

Each patent was signed by the President of the United States in office at the time. These transfers were direct from the national government to the. Federal Land Patents offer researchers a source of information on the initial transfer of land titles from the Federal government to individuals.

In addition to verifying title transfer, this information will allow the researcher to associate an individual (Patentee, Assignee, Warrantee, Widow, or Heir) with a specific location (Legal Land Description) and time (Issue Date).

The National Archives of the United States just released a coloring book full of strange patents. It's all available now as a free PDF, and it's 17 glorious pages of sheer inventive The courts held that the operation of a patent as a deed was of the nature of a quitclaim to any interest as the United States possessed in the land; Beard v.

Federy, 70 U.S.3 Wall,18 A patent to land of the United States constituted a full conveyance of title. A patent is the highest evidence of title, and is conclusive as against the government, and all claiming under junior patents or titles, until it is set aside or annulled by some judicial tribunal.

The patent is but evidence of a grant, and the officer who issues it acts ministerially and not judically. SANFORD v. SANFORD U.S. ()(). Your title is perfected through public record documentation that brings the Land Patent granted to the first owner of the land forward to the present time for your benefit.

You can now do this relatively easily and at modest cost through the Land Patent process researched and offered by the Republic for the united States of America. A land patent is a title to land which was originally acquired by a treaty.

It is usually granted by the federal or state government to an individual or private company. To search for land patents: Start by selecting the State.

You do not have to fill in all fields, but provide at least one additional field. Click the Search Patents button. Search Tips: Hover your mouse over a field to get a brief description.

Get detailed information by checking the Glossary in the Reference Center. ISSUE DATES AND PATENT NUMBERS SINCE BY YEAR -- TO BY ISSUE DATE -- - 12/ Note that reissue Design patents are issued under the same series of numbers but begin with the characters "RD".

Reissue patents were not separately Title 35 - Patents, for a full description of patents and patent laws. Repeal; Savings Provision.

Provision of this section, “, or rights to ditches and reservoirs used in connection with such water rights,” was repealed by Pub. 94–, title VII, § (a), Oct. 21,90 Stat.effective on and after Oct. 21,insofar as applicable to the issuance of rights-of-way over, upon, under, and through the public lands and lands in the National.

“Under these provisions, the power of sale and disposition of the public lands, and of prescribing the rules, regulations, officers, agencies and the whole course of proceedings, for effecting such sales is vested exclusively in the federal government, until the sale is consummated by the issuing of a patent to the purchaser, which alone (in.

The "Land Patent" is the only evidence of title to land. Land Patents are derived from the treaties and enabling acts of congress under the signature of the president of the United States when each state entered the Union.

Land Patents are stare decisis (i.e., res. The patent documents are contained in some 8, volumes. The 1, original General Land Office tract books contain records of patents and other statements of title, such as railroad grants, swamp grant, school grants, Indian allotments, and private land claims.

Tract books were first developed around and were maintained in the local land. Under Ga. Code Ann. §Georgia will grant title where a “trespasser” has occupied land under “color of title.” Color of title is just a legal way of saying that an individual has some sort of legal documentation to support his occupation—for example, a faulty deed, or tax payment records.

The Secretary of the Interior (a) shall, whenever it shall be shown to his satisfaction that a tract of public land has been held in good faith and in peaceful, adverse, possession by a claimant, his ancestors or grantors, under claim or color of title for more than twenty years, and that valuable improvements have been placed on such land or some part thereof has been reduced to cultivation.

Title Patent plans Dates of Creation [?]-[ca. ] Physical Description. plans. Scope and Content. Series consists of plans showing the status of Crown lands, whether patented, leased, or under a license of occupation. Until the late s, patent plans were used within the Ministry of Natural Resources as a quick reference tool to.

The patent stands as supreme title to the land because it attests that all evidence of title existent before its issue date was reviewed by the sovereign authority under which it was sealed and was so sealed as irrefutable; thus, at law the land patent itself so becomes the title to the land.

A land patent is a document recording the passing of a land title from the government, or other proprietor, to the patentee/grantee. This is the first-title deed and the true beginning of private ownership of the land.

The patent describes in legal terms the land to which the title is given. Information recorded in these records includes. PROHIBITION AGAINST ALIENATION OF LANDS ACQUIRED UNDER THE HOMESTEAD AND FREE PATENT PROVISIONS > Section Except in favor of the Government or any of its branches, units or institutions, or legally constituted banking corporations, lands acquired under the free patent or homestead provisions shall not be subject to encumbrance or alienation from the date of the approval.

LAND PATENT named and numbered above; that I have brought up said Land Patent In my name as it pertains to the land described below. The character of said land so claimed by the patent, and legally described and referenced under the Patent Number Listed above is; TownsS., Range 1 W, Southeast Quarter of Section 9, Willamette Meridian.The title of the invention should be placed at the top of the first page of the specification unless it is provided in the application data sheet (see 37 CFR ).The title should be brief but technically accurate and descriptive and should contain fewer than characters.What Is A Land Patent.

A Land patent is an official document conveying land from the United States Government to private ownership and signed by the respective president of the United States of America.

These transferred title of public lands to the people or corporations named, and to their heirs and assigns, FOREVER. Being both constitutional and biblical, once a Land Patent has been.