2 edition of Brief developing title to public lands from fundamental sources found in the catalog.
Brief developing title to public lands from fundamental sources
|Statement||by George Edwards.|
|LC Classifications||HD216 .E4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||13008352|
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Brief Developing Title to Public Lands From Fundamental Sources, Filed With Chairman Federal Relations Committee Legislature of State of California, January, by George Edwards The Bible Gives No Sanction to Slavery by Unknown Author.
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Volume two, "Selected Public Land Documents," contains a selection of the more significant public laws, Congressional committee reports and papers on the public lands over the last years. The two are presented in an effort to acquaint, and reacquaint, the reader with the fascinating and important development of the continental United States.
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Learn the fundamental concepts of title to real property and an overview of the legal descriptions contained in a land transaction. Discover the relationship of land titles and legal descriptions with the records of the County Recorder (State Law) and the records of the public domain (federal law).
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Public Lands Summary 1. Public Lands Summary Version6/27/ This document is a fact sheet of essential data about Minnesota’s public lands. It summarizes their extent and the recreational, economic and environmental benefits they provide.
Learn more: Public lands overview About 24 percent of Minnesota’s lands. Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact.
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