Land Patents

The Perpetual Creation of Private Property

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Kirk MacKenzie

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Defend Rural AmericaTM

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Topics

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THE ASSAULT

Agenda 21

Big Government

Central Banking

Conservation Easements

Executive Order 13547

Governance

Neo-Environmentalism

Public Lands

Scientific Misconduct

Wolves

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EXAMPLES

Drakes Bay Oyster Farm

Frogs and Toads

Montana

San Joaquin Valley

Siskiyou County

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THE IMPACT

Cattle

Counties

Energy

Forestry

Mining

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FIGHTING BACK

Strategy

The Constitutional CountyTM

Consultation

Coordination

Grand Juries

Jurisdiction

Land Patents

Sheriffs

Statehood

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Ron’s Land Patent Checklist

  1. 1.Obtain a certified copy of your proof of ownership, usually a warranty deed or quitclaim deed.

  2. 2.Using the legal description from your deed, obtain from the BLM Records Division three certified copies of the original land patent that corresponds to your land.

  3. 3.Obtain one certified copy of every title transfer package starting from your purchase backwards to the original land patent.

  4. 4.Create a package containing the documents in the order listed below. Your package should contain about 7 or 8 pages.

  5. A copy of your Certificate of Acceptance and Declaration of Land Patent. Staple at the bottom left corner of the first page a colorful sticky tab or 3 X 5 card with the following handwritten notice:

  6. NOTICE

  7. THIS NOTICE MUST BE

  8. POSTED FOR FOR 60 DAYS.

  9. DATE POSTED - ? - ? - 2013

  10. END DATE -       ? - ? - 2013

  11. THANK YOU  ( YOUR INITIALS HERE )

  12. A copy of your certified copy of your deed or other proof of ownership. (Only certain pages needed.)

  13. Summary of chain of title.

  14. Notice page.

  15. Copy of a certified copy of the patent that relates to your land.

  16. 5.Staple the pages of your package together and post the package on a bulletin board at your county court house or any other public building. Visit weekly to make sure it is still there. If not, replace it with another copy. Take a witness with you when you post it and when you pick it up 61 days later.

  17. 6.Record your package with your county recorder. Your patent process is completed.

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THANK YOU.  Ron Gibson

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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 individual. The States were not involved. Present-day parcels can be traced back to their original patents. Every private parcel, ranch, or farmland in the country has a land patent associated with it.

DISCLAIMER: This website contains the opinions and suggestions of many fine Americans who believe their conclusions to be true. Many of them have studied the law, some intensely so, but most are not attorneys. Their conclusions are presented as a sharing of knowledge. No representation is made that the information and ideas shown on this website are accurate or advisable. You must base your decisions solely on your own independent investigations and conclusions.

Land Patents

In these two interviews, Ron Gibson, interim chairman of the Jefferson Mining District, explains the process for connecting your land to its original patent(s).

DVD $50.00