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PostSubject: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD   Wed Jun 28, 2017 9:19 am

this ties in with British Maritime Law being practiced in our courts

might want to research the following of the Crowns involvement and Ownership, Birth Certificate Signature of Father, Birth Death Money Printing etc etc.

**the role of land management that resides in the Federal government.
From the US Constitution, Article IV, Section 3, Clause 2:
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The Congress shall have Power to dispose of and make all needful Rules and Regulations respecting the Territory or other Property belonging to the United States....
(In this case, I would argue that "United States" refers to the States united, and not the federal government.)
I agree that the public lands should be turned over to the States, or more properly, disposed to the people, as the Founders intended.  The former requires a Constitutional amendment; the latter a good kick in the ass to the Federal government administered by the people through some form of redress.
Here's a good model for such:
I studied land law going back to feudal times and did lots of research on United States land patents.  I also researched the legal meaning of words utilized in the same, which was very fascinating, and revealing.  I surmise the "TO HAVE AND TO HOLD" clause (technically called the habendum and tenedum) of a patent signifies that the Crown still holds paramount title to all land in the United States.
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TO HAVE AND TO HOLD.  The words in a conveyance which show the estate intended to be conveyed. Thus, in a conveyance of land in fee-simple, the grant is to “A. and his heirs, to have and to hold be said [land] unto and to the use of the said A., his heirs and assigns forever.” Williams, Real Prop. 108. Strictly speaking, however, the words “to have” denote the estate to be taken, while the words “to hold” signify that it is to be held of some superior lord, {. e., by way of tenure, (q. v.) The former clause is called the “habendum;” the latter, the “tenendum.” Co. Litt. 6o. - Black's Law Dictionary
Every land patent ever issued by the United States includes the clause "TO HAVE AND TO HOLD" (in uppercase) in the resolution.  I believe the above definition shines a light on a very under-discussed subject.
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