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s many as 227 million Americans may be compelled to disclose intimate details of their families and financial lives -- including their Social Security numbers -- in a new national database being assembled by two federal agencies.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau posted an April 16 Federal Register notice of an expansion of their joint National Mortgage Database Program to include personally identifiable information that reveals actual users, a reversal of previously stated policy
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A December report from the Government Accountability Office on breaches containing personally identifiable information from federal databases shows unlawful data breaches have doubled, from 15,140 reported incidents in 2009 to 22,156 in 2012.
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1 Get 3 certified copies of the original land patent
and 1 certified copy of record of government survey
(if available) for the legal description of your
property. Request "best copy available" from national
archives. Expect to pay $30 for a copy and get it in
2 Record 1 of these certified copies of the original
land patent with the county recorder's office. The
recorder number will be the land patent number you
will refer to in your Declaration of Land Patent.
3 Determine the legal description of your property (from
tax statement, deed, real estate contract, or tax
assessor's office) to which you are an assign. Get
property description narrative (get range #, township
#, section #, get quarter section in meters and bounds)
4 Research the assigns (i.e. heirs, owners), on the
property back to the original issue of patent.
Discover the chain of assigns pertinent to your
portion of the land patent and attach to your
Declaration of Land Patent.
5 Prepare a Declaration of Land Patent and update it in
one name. It cannot be updated in two names**. Other
equitable arrangements can be made to further
sub-divide the ownership or allodial title of the
property, or it could be put into a trust. Declaration
of Land Patents must be updated in the name of a real
individual, not a legal fiction. No legal "persons"
are allowed to hold title to property, you cannot
allodialize property in the name of a trust,
corporation, or non-profit.
6 Record the Declaration of Land Patent in either your
county recorder's office, register of deeds, or with
the bureau of records and conveyances of your common
law court. Notorize or witness all documents. Do not
send checks or federal reserve notes, use lawful
money, gold or silver; because conveying title with
negiotiable instruments voids the allodial title.
(To obtain 'lawful money' www.law.cornell.edu...)
7 After filing, send a copy by certified mail return
reciept requested as a Notice of Declaration of Land
Patent to your bank or mortgage company, or to any
parties with equitable interest in your property
including the county tax assessor.
8 An alternate method to notice the other parties would
be to publish a Notice of Declaration of Land Patent
in a legal publication in your county (once a week for
3 weeks, or for the full 60 days.)
9 Post Notice of Declaration of Land Patent at the 4
corners of your property and leave them posted for 60
10 They have 60 days to challenge your claim to the
allodial title, or forever keep their silence. An
allodial title is the highest title to property.
they already have the ability to instantly look it up