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Land Patents Purchased from an Estate Auction

The mystery of Land Patents unveiled.

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Land Patents Purchased from an Estate Auction

Postby Admin » Tuesday October 24th, 2017 6:12 pm MDT

:h: Everyone:
We just received a USPS delivered letter regarding 20 land patents that were purchased from an Estate Auction. The letter’s author contended that because he so purchased said original patents from an estate auction that he now owns the land! Respectfully, he asked us for our opinion regarding his theory.

Accordingly, regardless of the facts that: said author is not a Team Law beneficiary; and, Team Law does not have the capacity to answer such letters (asking for “advice”), we decided that because over the years this myth keeps popping up, we needed to create and debunk: Patriot Mythology—Myth 25
Respectfully, you can follow that link to read that myth's resolve.

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