“Good faith color of title”

“Good faith color of title” “…, is not really a question of clarity in the document.   It is an issue concerning whether the deed was created by persons operating at arm’s length, with no intent to obfuscate.”   (OBFUSCATE: darken, to darken, to make obscure or unclear, to be evasive, to confuse, confuse or confusing, muddle, perplex, cloud, bewilder, or stupefy). “Issues such as whether one had a good reason to believe that the...

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An explanation of the facts and circumstances

  An explanation of the facts and circumstances surrounding the execution and delivery of the deeds such that good faith color of title is established must be provided as to each deed that may be called into question in order to carry the burden of proof of clear and convincing evidence of adverse possession.   These are the documents which I am relying upon to clear “cloud” on my title (I may have missed a few): Land Grant from...

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ADVERSE POSSESSION LAWS — DO NOT APPLY TO LAND GRANTS

ADVERSE POSSESSION LAWS DO NOT APPLY TO LAND GRANTS THAT WERE ISSUED BY THE SOVERNITIES OF SPAIN AND MEXICO AS TREATIES ENTERED INTO BY THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS  (AS IS THE TREATY OF GUADALUPE-HIDALGO)  are considered Supreme law  by the Constitution of the United States of America     Bert Lucero, Trustee, LTLGA, 2 March 2007   After three centuries as Sovereign, the Government of Spain relinquished all Spanish claim...

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