Your Land was originally acquired within the United States of America
by a treaty.
Your Land Patent secures the rights of the Treaty upon which the
land was originally acquired within the territories of the United States from the Treaty to the individual person named on
The patent specifically grants the described lands to the party
named on the patent and to their heirs and their assigns forever.
The party named on the patent then passes the inheritance, grants,
or assigns the patented lands to someone else, which heir or assignee is now named on the patent by that assignment.
The documents that demonstrate such an assignment are often called, "Deeds".
Because the granter can not compel you to accept the assignment
it is necessary for you to take some action to signify your acceptance of the assignment. For this reason we use "Declaration
of Land Patent".
Once you have accepted the proper assignment of the Land Patent
with proper documentation, your land patent will "heir and assigns forever".
It doesn’t matter how many times the land is reassigned. The patent
by its own creation lasts "forever" and belongs to the named party "and to their heirs and assigns forever".To publish a land
patent in the Emerson Review Newspaper we will need:
A copy of your original deed to your property
The Description of your land. (legal description with the section,
township and range)
Your parcel number
Your contact information. (Name, address, phone number)
$200.00 this covers the entire process. (Notary fees, Recording
fees, mailing, our services, and to run the land-patent for four consecutive weeks, )
After your land patent has ran for four consecutive weeks you will
receive: four certified affidavits stating it was ran in the newspaper for four weeks with no claims, A Notarized copy of
the official Land Patent from the Bureau of Land Management, A declaration of Land Patent (this is what you will submit to
your register of deeds) and the four issues of the newspaper in which it was ran.
A Copyright works the same way. However,
we do not draft them for you. If you need help we can give you a reference .Once you have your name copyright we will run
it in the newspaper for four consecutive weeks, just like the Land Patent. You will also receive the affidavits and the four
To publish a copyright notice in the Emerson Review Newspaper we will need:
Your finished copyright. Please send to our email address in a
Microsoft Word document. (This aides in protecting against any typos, etc.)
Your contact information (Name, address, phone number)
(this is the cost to run your copyright for four consecutive weeks.)
We recommend you also obtain a subscription the Emerson Review Newspaper
in addition to your legal notice (s) , as it will keep you informed about them, and also with what is going on in the world
around you. A subscription is $52.00 for one year. For further information, we
have a few items you may find helpful:
Land Patent booklet: A
very informative booklet that helps you to understand more about how land patents work. Also included in the booklet
are 4 federal "No Trespassing" signs. This booklet is $30.00
Federal "No Trespassing" signs:
These are $3.00 each.
Citizens Rule Book: A small
booklet containing Juror's rights, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. These are $3.00 each