Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 06, 1998 at 11:39:32:
In Reply to: Re: Who owns the Land? posted by larry dahlka on September 06, 1998 at 00:13:04:
: : Hi, this is Gamaliel. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
: : In the state of washington, if you wish to have allodial title to your land, all you have to do is follow the state statutes. First of all, you must have no Social Security Number, Driver's license, Voter registration card, etc that would make you legally disabled under 28 USC 3002(15)(C). Then you follow RCW 65.12.220 - .245
: : The land must be paid for, free and clear. You must have legal capacity for owning land. You must follow the same state statutes that were followed to give the land to the state if you are to regain title.
: : That is all there is to it.
: : No problem.
: : God bless.
: : gamaliel
: larry here email@example.com have patent for my mich property,what might get the attention of health, building dept,and dnr(deq) with out having to go thru courts time and expense?
He's got a good point about registering to vote.
In some states, when you register to vote,
you are consenting to statutes which then
infer from your registration the authority to
lien on your real property for bond assessments,
and such. They are called local property taxes,
and they are a major source of funding for
school districts, sewer districts, lighting
districts, and such. Check it out!
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