Since the beginning of this country, county land records were designed because America needed some sort of “fundamental order” in its keeping of land ownership records. And in this case, I’m talking about the proper ones, not the ones influenced by the behaviors of today’s legislatures (at the whims of the banking cartels). One of the many concerns within the realm of real property law, which I have had the pleasure of studying to the umteenth degree, much to the chagrin of others, began with my own experiences, which I write about in Clouded Titles, now in its final Mayday Edition version.
I expressly designed this work as an educational product because I found America lacking in the basic principals of real estate ownership that they may have either NOT learned in high school or college, or in the alternative, conveniently forgot about as part of the Age of Entitlement generations. There are two issues here that I will discuss further, the key reasons for WHY quiet title actions should become part of your legal research and education to benefit your future and the future of America, if there ever is to be one.
There are a lot of Patriot-type folks out there that will disagree with my theories and my educational principles regarding quiet title, but I can tell you, I’ve done them … and they work. Without quiet title, burps and hiccups in any given chain of title will render it impaired and thus, unmarketable. You can disregard your belief that the “county” you live in has any authority, but let me tell you, you are in the minority of all of the registered voters who have faith in their county government, until their government proves them otherwise. If you want change, then run for public office and change things! First, have some respect for our current system, because it’s the only thing we have in place that stands in the pendulum path of civility versus anarchy. Those of you out there who think you can still get title in allodium … keep dreaming. We’re way past that point.