Public Land Laws of the Philippine Islands in Force and Effect July 1, 1920; Comprising Acts of Congress of July 1, 1902, February 6, 1905, and August 29, 1916 [And] the Public Land Law ACT No. 2874 of the Philippine Legislature, Approved

Public Land Laws of the Philippine Islands in Force and Effect July 1, 1920; Comprising Acts of Congress of July 1, 1902, February 6, 1905, and August 29, 1916 [And] the Public Land Law ACT No. 2874 of the Philippine Legislature, Approved

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...the provincial treasurer concerned the power of receiving bids, holding the auction, and proceeding in accordance with the provisions of this Act, but the provincial treasurer, in his capacity as delegate of the Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources, shall submit his recommendations to the Director of Lands, for the final decision of the latter in the case. SEO. 28. The purchase price shall be paid as follows: The balance of the purchase price after deducting the amount paid at the time of submitting the bid, may be paid in full upon the making of the award, or in five annual installments from-the date of the award. Srzc. 29. After at least the second installment has been paid and after the cultivation of the land has been begun, the purchaser, with the approval of the Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources, may convey or encumber his rights to any person, corporation or association legally qualified under this Act to purchase agricultural public lands, provided such conveyance or encumbrance does not affect any right or interest of the Government in the land. Any sale and encumbrance made without the previous approval of the Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Resources shall be null and void and shall produce the effect of annulling the acquisition and reverting the property and all rights thereto to the Government, and all payments on the purchase price theretofore made to the Government shall be forfeited. After the sale has been approved, the vendor shall not lose his right to acquire agricultural public lands under the provisions of this Act, provided he has the necessary qualifications. SEO. 30. Before any patent is issued, the purchaser must show actual occupancy, cultivation, and improvement of the land applied...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236843304
  • 9781236843302