Does A Land Patent Negate Previous Fines, Penalties or Property Taxes

Does A Land Patent Negate Previous Fines, Penalties or Property Taxes

All previous fines, penalties and taxes issued before a land patent was perfected will still be owed.
    • Related Articles

    • Can One Use Lawful Money To Fight IRS Penalties From The Past

      No, all penalties, fines and back-taxes prior to redeeming in lawful money are still owed. Case in point, John Schlabach attempted to filed amended tax returns for the tax years 2008-2010 and 2012 despite only redeeming lawful money starting in 2013. ...
    • Since Past Tax Obligations Are Owed – What Can One Do Next

      Working with a firm like Tax Relief Center can reduce the amount owed to the IRS via negotiation and a settlement agreement. Relief be for between 30% and 95% of what was originally owed.
    • How Does One Obtain Non-Obligation For Property Taxes

      Real Estate Secrets covers the method for obtaining Allodial Title (Land Patent) which is necessary to begin. Afterwards, removal from tax rolls and voter rolls is necessary. Once this has occurred, one should have the local Sheriff's signature ...
    • What Do All These Taxes Pay For - What If Everyone Does This

      Taxes fund virtually all of the ideologies the average citizen hates: war, non-socialized healthcare, corrupt welfare programs, the FDA, the EPA (too much power for a single agency) and other like-minded censorship vehicles. As expected, the majority ...
    • Selling Property That Has Perfected A Land Patent

      Property with a Land Patent/Allodial Title cannot be seized by the government or creditors (e.g. banks or mortgage lenders) and therefore has an increased value inherently for this benefit alone. Some students have sold their property for 5% (land ...