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3 edition of An act concerning claimants of land. (Passed February 27, 1797.) found in the catalog.

An act concerning claimants of land. (Passed February 27, 1797.)

Kentucky.

An act concerning claimants of land. (Passed February 27, 1797.)

by Kentucky.

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Published by Printed by James H. Stewart in [Lexington, Ky .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 32337.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. 143-221, ii, [1]
Number of Pages221
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14562185M

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* – AN ACT TO AMEND AND COMPILE THE LAWS RELATIVE TO LANDS OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN TITLE I TITLE AND APPLICATION OF THE ACT, LANDS TO WHICH IT REFERS, AND CLASSIFICATION, DELIMITATION, AND SURVEY - THEREOF FOR CONCESSION CHAPTER I SHORT TITLE OF THE ACT, LANDS TO WHICH IT APPLIES, AND [ ] The rule usually applies where there is an escape of something, usually water or something toxic, which spreads onto neighbouring land, causing substantial damage in the process.

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In "An act concerning Servants and Slaves," passed by the General Assembly in the session of October, by sea or land, shall provide a true copy of this act, and cause entry thereof to be made in the register book of each parish respectively; and that the parish clerk, or reader of each parish, shall, on the first sermon Sundays   No land originally acquired in any manner under the provisions of the former Public Land Act or of any other Act, ordinance, royal order, royal decree, or any other provision of law formerly in force in the Philippine Islands with regard to public lands, terrenos baldios y realengos, or lands of any other denomination that were actually or THE LAND ACT.

Arrangement of Sections. Section. PART I—INTERPRETATION. “Register Book” means the book kept by the registrar in adjudicate upon and decide in accordance with and applying customary law any question or matter concerning the land referred to it by any person with an interest in land which is the subject of an 1 day ago  Act Prohibiting the Charging and Taking of Amount (Bhatti Charsa etc.) by Birta-holder on Birta, () 2: Abrogation of Some Criminal Cases and Remission of Punishment Act, () 3: Act Relating to Institutions Acting as Financial Intermediary, () 4: Act Relating to Land of Jhora Area, () Acts Online provides legislation, including amendments and Regulations, in an intuitive, online format.

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Other homestead records included in this record group include tax receipts required to prove that claimants were paying taxes on their claims, unindexed miscellaneous and legal records concerning homesteads, and correspondence of the State Land Office (').

After the enactment in of the Native Land Act, new rent tenancies were outlawed, and squatters were forced to enter into labour tenancy.

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