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HB 140, 41st Regular Session
Relating to amending a certain Statute by providing that all claims asserted by anyone not holding under a written memorandum of title, duly registered, under the ten years' statute of imitation, under what is commonly called the 160-acre statute, or its predecessor, the 640-acre statute, shall assert such claim by filing suit therefor against the owner of the record title in a court of competent jurisdiction before June 1, 1934, or such claim or title shall not thereafter be asserted in the State as against the record owner of said land.
Author: Walter P. Acker, Sr.
Coauthor: Rolland Barr Bradley
Property Interests--Real Property
STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS
House Committee: Judiciary ()
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