Reconveyance of Certain Granted Lands in Oregon
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Reconveyance of Certain Granted Lands in Oregon hearings before the United States House Committee on Public Lands, Sixty-Fifth Congress, second session, on Apr. 12, 1918 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
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Considers (65) H.R. 8625

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Pagination27 p
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL15282331M

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Note: The information below is a general statement of the law of deeds and is applicable in most states. However, state laws may vary the general statement slightly or to a large degree. Now, therefore, _____, the said Trustee ___, do __, hereby grant and reconvey to the person or persons legally entitled thereto, without warranty, all the estate and interest derived to said Trustee ____, under said Deed of Trust, in the lands and property therein described, reference to said Deed of Trust and the record thereof being hereby. Description - Oregon Substitution of Trustee and Deed Reconveyance. This is a Court Sample and NOT a blank form. Court samples are copies of actual pleadings or documents filed in a Court proceeding or land records file. They are presented for illustration purposes only. Oregon Real Estate. This Release - Reconveyance - Satisfaction - Cancellation Deed of Trust - by a Corporate Lender is for the satisfaction or release of a mortgage for the state of Oregon by a Corporation. This form complies with all state statutory laws and requires signin.

Under terms of an act, certain white settlers and Indians of mixed blood in Oregon Territory (then including Washington), and certain settlers arriving between Dec. 1, and Dec. 1, , were entitled to land. The number of acres granted (between to ) depended on the marital status of the settler and the date of settlement. Oregon Recorder Information. The recording act in Oregon follows a race-notice statute. A later buyer who pays fair value, does not have notice of any earlier conflicting interests, and records first, wins and will have priority over any later recordings. Statutory requirements for real estate deeds that are to be recorded in Oregon. Title: 10 - Property rights and transactions, chapter: 93, Year: , Last Accessed: Adverse possession is a legal doctrine that essentially allows trespassers on a piece of land, sometimes just a piece of a yard or property, to gain ownership of that land if the true owner doesn’t stop them within a certain period of time. That period is ten years in : Brian Farkas.

FREE LAND was the cry!! The Homestead Act of brought about significant and lasting changes to the United States. Giving individuals from the United States and around the world the opportunity to claim free government land allowed nearly any man or woman a chance to live the American Donation land claims resulted from an act of the Congress under which citizens of the United States, or those who filed a declaration of intention prior to December 1, and had resided upon or cultivated the land for four consecutive years, were granted a specified amount of acreage in the Oregon Territory. In the event the obligation is performed and the beneficiary refuses to request reconveyance or the trustee refuses to reconvey the property, the beneficiary or trustee so refusing shall be liable as provided by ORS in the case of refusal to execute a discharge or satisfaction of a mortgage on real property. The trustee may charge a. Reconveyance by trustee. (1) The trustee of record shall reconvey all or any part of the property encumbered by the deed of trust to the person entitled thereto on written request of the beneficiary, or upon satisfaction of the obligation secured and written request for reconveyance made by the beneficiary or the person entitled thereto. (2).