Each township (See township grid) were sub-divided into thirty-six “sections” of one square mile (2.59 km) or 640 acres.
One can/should have a location by “township” and not use the CITY, STATE, or COUNTY, or with the USA / US that all Attorneys use to trap you into the tax role of a county. If you are “in” the county you must pay county taxes, but they do not tell you that “county” is a federal possession within the exterior boundaries of a state (Nebraska).
You see CITY, STATE, COUNTY are all terms the US Code uses to identify “possessions” or “territories” of the US, therefore starts the process, falsely, that it is a type that qualifies as a taxable property, thus the assessor adds it to the tax role. You can thank your attorney for this.
The below is a land location/description that does not associate itself with a CITY, STATE, or COUNTY, or with the USA / US.
Location of the subject Land:
America as in the 50 states united, Nebraska, Section 28, Township 15, Range 13, North Â½ of the North West 1/4., Hanscom Place Subdivision, Lot 4, Block 10, East 142 feet, 50 feet by 142 feet consisting of 16.299 percent of one acre of land, all being without the United States.
(The statement “without the United States” simply means- not a possession or territory of the United States.)
(Make sure you do not use the term “The United States of America” for that is technically different, stick with the United States .)
For a small fee, I can review a new deed, to replace your current one, for filing so that your property can be noticed as not a taxable US possession.
Just email me at email@example.com
Land Patent – Proof that the USA does not own your land, therefore sold its exclusive right to proprietary ownership and governance:
I present the following in the hope that you will educate yourself with the truth and prepare yourself to stand, as our forefathers did, and as the founding fathers
of this nation did, with your Land, Liberty, and Rights intact.
By definition a Land Patent is the only form of proof of absolute title to land in America. A patent is the highest evidence of title and is conclusive as against the government and all claiming under junior patents or title- U.S. v. Stone 2 US 525. The patented grant of land is a public law standing on the statute books of the State and is notice to every subsequent purchaser under any conflicting sale made afterward. Wineman v. Gastrell Â 2 U.S. App. 581.
State statutes that give less authoritative ownership of title than the patent cannot even be brought into federal court- Langdon v. Sherwood, 124 U.S. 74, 81.
Land patents are granted to the named party and to their heirs and assigns forever. Therefore, to have ultimate ownership of land you must have a proper chain of title
secured to an assigned underlying land patent, or you could lose your land in a land contest.
First, you must have evidence ownership to the land: Generally a “Deed”.
Second, find the land location description.
Since the Constitutional Republic has been formed virtually the rest of the country was mapped in Section, Township, and Range format (hereafter).
Third, with the description of your Land in STRf, you are ready to go acquire a copy of the appropriate Land Patent for your Land. This is done by taking the legal
description of your Land, in STRf, to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and asking them (in their Land Patent records office) for a Certified copy of the Land Patent for the land represented by your Land description including, Section, Township, and Range. It’s a good idea to get at least two certified copies of the appropriate Patent and a copy of the “Patent Plat map” for the particular Township your land is in.
There are several groups that claim all kinds of advantages of buying their Land Patent information. I believe they are all a waste of money. A Land Patent was most likely filed on your property in the 1800s, there is no legal need to refile it. It is a deed just like any other deed, one filing only.
Patents sometimes called Warrants are proof that the USA does not own the land anymore. There are only two types of land ownership in America, land owned by the USA, and the other is Land not owned by the USA.
If not owned the USA has no proprietary ownership rights with the land. That leaves it free. Free should mean no governance in any way from the USA or any of its subdivisions Subdivisions are City, State, County, agents from these subdivisions are USA employees.
If no contract exists between you and the USA they have no legal right to: tax, apply city code, apply a statutory law, etc. to your private land without a fully known consensual contract with the USA.
The Lawyer that made you last deed made sure that it was done in such a way as to give presumption that it is yet owned by the USA so that it could be kept on the County tax roll.
Just look it will say in the County of _________, City of __________, State of ____________. All those are USA owned land/entities. How much did you pay this Lawyer for selling you out?
I’ll be adding what the deed should say to distinguish the difference of non-USA from USA held land.
Or Email me at > firstname.lastname@example.org
A clear DEED should have the following:
File it in the Clerk and Recorder’s office with the land records of the county. (“file for record”, do not “record” [“record” is statutory])
Below is an example of an associated Act with one of the Land Patents that my Land is associated with, each Patent/Warrant has a specific Congressional Act supporting it.
((No stipulation of state ownership, or governance ability (property tax).))
10 Stat. 701
CHAP. CCVII.- An Act in Addition to certain Acts granting Bounty Land to certain Officers and Soldiers who have been engaged in the Military Service of the United States.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That each of the surviving commissioned and non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates, whether of regulars, volunteers, rangers, or militia, who were regularly mustered into the service of the United States, and every officer, commissioned and non-commissioned, seaman, ordinary seaman, flotilla-man, marine, clerk, and landsman in the navy, in any of the wars in which this country has been engaged since seventeen hundred and ninety, and each of the survivors of the militia, or volunteers, or State troops of any State or Territory, called into military service, and regularly mustered therein, and whose services have been paid by the United States, shall be entitled to receive a certificate or warrant from the Department of the Interior for one hundred and sixty acres of land; and where any of those who have so been mustered into service and paid shall have received a certificate or warrant, he shall be entitled to a certificate or warrant for such quantity of land as will make, in the whole, with what he may have heretofore received, one hundred and sixty acres to each such person having served as aforesaid: Provided, The person so having been in service shall not receive said land warrant if it shall appear by the muster-rolls of his regiment or corps that he deserted, or was dishonorably discharged from service: Provided further, That the benefits of this section shall be held to extend to wagon-masters and teamsters who may have been employed, under direction of competent authority in time of war in the transportation of military stores and supplies.
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That in case of the death of any person who, if living, would be entitled to a certificate or warrant as aforesaid under this act, leaving a widow, or, if no widow, a minor child or children, such widow, or, if no widow, such minor child or children, shall be entitled to receive a certificate or warrant for the same quantity of land that such deceased person would be entitled to receive under the provisions of this act, if now living: Provided, That a subsequent marriage shall not impair the right of any such widow to such warrant if she be a widow at the time of making her application: And provided, further, That those shall be considered minors who are so at the time this act shall take effect.
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That in no case shall any such certificate or warrant be issued for any service less than fourteen days, except where the person shall actually have been engaged in battle, and unless the party claiming such certificate or warrant shall establish his or her right thereto by record evidence of said service.
SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That said certificates or warrants may be assigned, transferred, and located by the warrantees, their assignees, or their heirs-at-law, according to the provisions of existing laws regulating the assignment, transfer, and location of bounty-land warrants.
SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That no warrant issued under the provisions of this act shall be located on any public lands, except such as shall at the time be subject to sale at either the minimum or lower graduated prices.
SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That the registers and receivers of the several land -offices shall be severally authorized to charge, and receive for their services, in locating all warrants under the provisions of this act, the same compensation or percentage to which they are entitled by law, for sales of the public lands, for cash, at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre; the said compensation to be paid by the assignees or holders of such warrants.
SEC. 7. And be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act, and all the bounty-land laws heretofore passed by Congress, shall be extended to Indians, in the same manner, and to the same extent, as if the said Indians had been white men.
SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That the officers and soldiers of the revolutionary war, or their widows or minor children, shall be entitled to the benefits of this act.
SEC. 9. And be it further enacted, That the benefits of this act shall be applied to and embrace those who served as volunteers at the invasion of Plattsburg, in September, eighteen hundred and fourteen; also at the battle of King’s Mountain, in the revolutionary war, and the battle of Nickojock, against the confederated savages of the South.
SEC. 10 And be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act shall apply to the chaplains who served with the army, in the several wars of the country.
SEC. 11. And be it further enacted, That the provisions of this act be applied to those who served as volunteers at the attack on Lewistown, in Delaware, by the British fleet, in the war of eighteen hundred and twelve-fifteen.
APPROVED, March 3, 1855.
Below is a notice to the Local US citizen Elected Sheriff:
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, NEBRASKA
DARREN C. OBRECHT, Case- DOC. 1099 NO. 363
Paul J. Hansen, Conditional, NOTICE
Defendant Named, ) Upon Sheriff,
Paul-John: Hansen, Challenging Jurisdiction
Pursuant to Common Law, and Natural Law, as recognized in the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776. and the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.
This notice can not be used for the captioned Court to gain personal jurisdiction over the Defendant/Petitioner, as has been challenged and not proven on the record.
COMES NOW, Defendant, and gives notice to the following individual:
Timothy F. Dunning
Douglas County Elected Sheriff
3601 North 156th Street, Omaha, NE – (402) 444-6683
This notice is to inform you that the above Court as associated with this case intends on utilizing your services to foreclose on Land that has no evidence of being owned by the United States of America, in the record of the captioned case, and that your jurisdiction as with authority to enforce all State of Nebraska statutes is exclusive to land being owned or ceded to the United States of America. This document, being first filed with the Clerk of the captioned Court, with evidence of delivery to you or your acting agents is all that is needed to preempt all damage that may be caused when said jurisdiction is wanting. If you do have territorial/geographical jurisdiction over the subject Land that is described as below I demand that it be reported to me as soon as possible so that I may be compliant with such notice for the captioned Court has refused to compel the Plaintiff to disclose such ownership evidence and fact jurisdictional elements.
Location of the subject Land:
America as in the 50 states united, Nebraska, Section 28, Township 15, Range 13, North Â½ of the North West 1/4, Hanscom Place Subdivision, Lot 4, Block 10, East 142 feet, 50 feet by 142 feet consisting of 16.299 percent of one acre of land, all without the United States.
Location is falsely asserted in the captioned case as 1314 South 30th Avenue, Omaha, Douglas County, and falsely asserted on the current Warranty Deed filed by the last seller’s Attorney as platted and surveyed in Omaha, Douglas County. Notice all information of filed warranty deeds are legally deemed presumptive and not fact.
-that Douglas County is a possession of the United States of America;
-that the Douglas County Sheriff is an employee of the United States of America;
-that the Douglas County Sheriff is elected by United States Citizen/citizen registered voters/electors;
-that the Douglas County Sheriff has authority (jurisdiction) only on Land owned or ceded to, his employer, the United States of America;
-that the Douglas County Sheriff’s authority does not exist on land not owned by the United States of America;
-that the subject Land of the above-captioned case is Land not owned by the United States of America evidenced by a Land Patent / Warranty Deed from the United States of America and no evidence exist that said Land has ever since been sold back or ceded to the United States of America. See all Defendants exhibits offered in this case.
-that the subject Land is not legally in the City of Omaha, and not in Douglas County for such entities are of the same type/class as the United States of America.
-that the man called Paul John Hansen sometimes written Paul J. Hansen has exclusive proprietary ownership of the said Land;
-that Paul John Hansen is a free inhabitant as found in Article IV of the Â Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777;
-that the Plaintiff has failed to place any evidence on the record as to how it is that his Certified Tax Certificate has a supporting promulgation rule to touch the subject Land;
-that the Plaintiff has failed to place any evidence on the record of how the Douglas County District Court, a United States of America Court, has jurisdiction over me as a said “free inhabitant”;
-that the captioned Court granted a summary judgment lacking both evidence of personal, territorial, and subject matter jurisdiction.
WHEREFORE, the undersigned, respectfully notices Timothy F. Dunning, trusting he will not act outside of his territorial jurisdiction where he has no personal or official immunity, as a matter of law, and as a matter of common known fact.
In care of Paul-John: Hansen, mailing location
5311 Navajo St, Council Bluffs, IA 51501-8716, email@example.com, 402-957-2853
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I, Paul-John: Hansen, hereby certify that on January 24, 2011, I caused a copy of the foregoing NOTICE OF JURISDICTIONAL CHALLENGE, as served, by U.S. first-class mailing, post-paid, upon the following, and to be filed in the captioned case file by the Clerk of the Douglas County District Court, and the same emailed to the below said Sheriff:
Timothy F. Dunning
Douglas County Elected Sheriff
3601 North 156th Street, Omaha, NE – (402) 444-6683
and – BRASHEAR LLP, Kermit A. Brashear III (No. 19784) and John S. Hertzler (No. 21728), North Old Mill, 711 North 108th Court, Omaha, Nebraska 68154-1714.
P.S. Email – I ask for an opportunity to meet at your office at any time convenient to you to discuss the implications of the above issue.
Organic Law, (Foundational) Law of the Land (territory) and the Owners (People or entities),
All written law has to be studied as a progression from an earlier written law called Organic Law. All presently written law governments are in power because the people believe so-called democratic governments supplant prior Organic Laws with an amendable constitution. The people of the United States of America have come to believe they, as voters are in control of a government called a democratic republic. The written law must always be written to describe its own territorial limitations and the Organic Laws of the United States of America is no exception.
In chronological order, the Organic Laws of the United States of America are the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787, and the Constitution of September 17, 1787.
The Declaration of Independence dissolved the political bands which had connected the United States of America with Great Britain but left the English common law intact.
The Articles of Confederation formed the thirteen (13) States into a perpetual Union, the Confederacy, known also, as the United States of America.
The Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787, provided a temporary government and initiated a law of the land for all (only) the territory owned by the United States of America. Specifically, in Article V, settlers and inhabitants of the lands subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States of America were made subject to federal taxes to pay down the federal debt.
The Constitution of September 17, 1787, made the temporary government over the territory and other property belonging to the United States of America permanent in the form set out in that Constitution. (All Land not owned by the USA is then owned by free inhabitants.)
The claimed government powers of the Constitution of September 17, 1787, all pre-existed that Constitution. The legislative Powers granted in Article I Section 1 were those proprietary powers obtained from King George III and other owners of North American territory. The executive power vested in a President of the United States of America in Article II Section 1 Clause 1 is placed in that Office when the first nine States ratify “this Constitution.” That ratification is the exercise of the power of nine States under the authority of Article IX of the Articles of Confederation to form a Committee of States with an executive officer.
The Constitution of September 17, 1787, according to Article VII, is established when nine (nine of the thirteen) States ratify it. It can even be said those States adopt that Constitution, however, in order for the Constitution of September 17, 1787, to be more than a trigger for Article IX of the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, it must be adopted by officers identified in Article VI Clause 3.
Adoption of “this Constitution” takes place, when “The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, Â to support this Constitution.” In the absence of the binding oaths of its Officers “this Constitution” is without support.” The documentary history of this period is clear there are no Officers who swear or affirm “to support this Constitution.” History, in fact, records oaths and affirmations are taken and subscribed to the same “Constitution” George Washington swore to “preserve, protect and defend.”
Instead of taking and subscribing the very simple oath “to support this Constitution,” George Washington, who was elected President of the United States of America on February 4, 1789, takes the oral oath of Office of President of the United States on April 30, 1789. Washington was, of course, aware the Office of President of the United States was an appointive office, which he had the power to appoint with the advice and consent of the new Senate. There was another appointive office, the Article II Section 1 Clause 5 Office of President, which could not be filled by Presidential appointment until July 4, 1790, the date the ‘fourteen Years a Resident within the United States” requirement could be satisfied.
The legislative (lawmakers for a defined territory) branch of any government must be limited to the one that existed at the time of the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787, because a Congress of the United States consisting a Senate and House of Representatives could not be formed until newly elected Senators could meet the “nine Years a Citizen of the United States” requirement of Article I Section 3 Clause 3.
The State of New Hampshire on June 21, 1788, became the ninth State to ratify “this Constitution” establishing that “Constitution between the States so ratifying the Same.” That ratification was sufficient to invoke Article IX of Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, but only the passage of time to March 1, 1790, would allow the Senators to qualify for their Offices under “this Constitution.” Instead of waiting a year and qualifying for their Offices under the Constitution of September 17, 1787, the Senate and House of Representatives met not as the Congress of the United States, but as the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, under the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777.
There is, therefore, no legislative or executive branch of government under the authority of the Constitution of September 17, 1787.
And the only authority all United States of America agents/employees have is exclusive administrative territorial jurisdiction upon only Land that is ceded to or owned by the United States of America.
Paul John Hansen, 1-24-2011 pauljjhansen.com