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Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"—

Postby Virginia Gent » Friday November 20th, 2009 11:57 pm MST

First I would like to say that I am new here, and this is my first post, so hello everyone. If you can't tell, I'm a gentleman from Virginia :wink:

So I have read the link provided by Team Law at District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871 and I was curious if someone could point out where in that file Corp. US was created. When I read it, I didn't have any dictionary, let alone something like Blacks, with me during the reading, so perhaps that is why?

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Re: Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"

Postby SimplyThinkDreams » Saturday November 21st, 2009 4:35 pm MST

The entire Organic Act of 1871 is what creates Corp. U.S. In order to properly understand how one can tell it is forming the corporation is by understanding the Act within the proper historical context. I suggest doing a search on the Open Forum using the key words Organic Act 1871 or formation Corp. U.S. There are several articles that go into a fair amount of detail regarding the formation of Corp. U.S. They should clear up your understanding of the Act and why it is forming a corporation.

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Re: Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"

Postby Virginia Gent » Saturday November 21st, 2009 7:53 pm MST

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[hr][/hr]Ah, I think I see where I made an error. I assumed (something that should never be done, I know) that the Organic Act of 1871 was the first, but I failed to realize that the municipality of the District of Columbia was incorporated in 1801, 70 years before said Organic Act; and, you can’t incorporate the same thing twice. So, because you can’t incorporate twice, the only other logical answer is Congress created a private corporation with the same name as the District of Columbia. Am I correct in my understanding?
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Re: Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"

Postby SimplyThinkDreams » Sunday November 22nd, 2009 8:42 pm MST

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[hr][/hr]Virginia Gent,
Your assumption was correct in that the Organic Act of 1871 was the first. In fact, "first" or "original" is what "organic" means in the title to an Act. It was the first act that formed Corp. U.S. The document speaks for itself and creates the corporation.

Therefore, you are also correct to understand it is impossible to incorporate that which has already been incorporated.

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Re: Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"

Postby Dan Mcdonough » Wednesday January 13th, 2010 9:54 am MST

This U.S. Supreme Court case can shed some light on this topic.

The Metropolitan Railroad Company v. District of Columbia

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Re: Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"

Postby Admin » Thursday January 14th, 2010 10:06 am MST

:h: Dan:
Providing the names of the parties in a court case without the case’s citation is like giving the name of a chapter in a book without providing the book’s title.

Case citations all follow the same distinctive pattern; which is:
VolumeNumber CourtAbbreviator PageNumber
For example:Better still, provide the case name followed by the citation; as follows:
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Re: Questions about "District of Columbia Organic Act"

Postby Twodog » Saturday January 16th, 2010 12:29 pm MST

I posted a topic I that may be appropriate as a response to this thread. I think it explains the District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871 rather nicely; here’s the link:


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