here are three ways to lawfully opt out of property
taxes: obtain allodial title, un-record your property,
or have your real property re-classified as private.
Allodial title means supreme ownership. In the united
States of America, all property is allodial in nature.
This means that all property is subject to supreme
ownership by the people. This also means that federal
government activities which take private or public land
to use for environmental or biosphere purposes, are
illegally stolen from the people, who are their rightful
If you can obtain allodial title to your real property,
you will have effectively created an envelope in which
you reign supreme (e.g. the King has allodial title to
the castle and the kingdom). No zoning ordinances,
easements, bureaucratic regulations, state or federal
law have any effect on property held in allodium.
Literally, you have created a kingdom in the midst of
bureaucratic chaos, and you will never again receive any
property tax assessments.
Needless to say, the government does not want you to
obtain allodial title to your property, and they will
actively work to prevent you from doing so.
There are three main steps toward acquiring allodial
title. First, the property must be completely paid off.
No mortgage, lien. or other attachment can exist.*
Second, you must go to the County Recorder and do a
title search. Do it yourself; do not have an attorney
(vested interest) or title company representative do it
for you, because nobody has as much interest as you in
the results. Do the search yourself. You must search
back to the original land grants, ensuring that there
are no hidden clouds on the title. Once you have
completed a successful title search, file for a federal
land patent on the land on which the property is located
(if the property is in one of the original thirteen
states, you will need to go to the state for a land
patent - no federal land patents exist for these
Now comes the third part, this is also the hardest part.
Every piece of recorded real property is used to
collateralize government loans, so your real property
has public debt attached to it. You need to find out the
amount of the public debt (approximately seven times the
annual property tax) and the holder of the debt, then
pay it off.*
The government doesn't want you to accomplish this, so
they will work against you. I suggest you burn the
research candle at both ends, so to speak. Contact the
County Recorder in the county where the property is
located. Contact the Department of the Interior in
Washington, D.C. Be prepared in both instances to meet
with clerks who do not know what you are talking about.
Ask for supervisors until you get someone who can help
Below is a clip of a conversation by somene who claims to know a lot about this stuff talking about how to go learn about the system. I am in the process of figuring out how my own county does this shit so I can get my land out of it.
Anyway, by what methodology do you claim the authority that you are the owner of the land?
If this methodology is administered by some other authority, have you granted this authority to act in the interests of the greater whole? Or does the taxing authority have any specific duties to represent YOUR interests? If so or not, what are the limits and operational rules?
See...again, how does one think they have RIGHTS when they submit to an authority structure to which they have no basic understanding of the rules of engagement?
Unless you do some work to learn the rules under which you operate, you will be serfs FOREVER! And I can guarantee this will be the outcome for your LOT.
OK. There will be no intelligent signs of life so no point continuing.
Just for amusement purposes, ONE of you show some initiative and send your local land taxing authority a letter of inquiry. Ask them some iteration of the following:
1) By what authority do you levy a tax against my property? 2) Do you, as a taxing authority assert any claim of ownership, lien, attachment, encumbrance or otherwise, against the parcel in question 3) Has the parcel in question been pledged as collateral, generally or specifically, in any capacity whatsoever against any debt or obligation of a governmental agency or private entity? 4) Is there any claim recorded against this property, and are there any arrears or payments due to release any prior claims in order for clear title. 5) What is the procedure and amount necessary to obtain allodial title for the property in question 6) What is the procedure to have the property in question removed from the tax roles?
1) By what methodology is the tax applied to assure an impartial apportionment of the tax burden. 2) If property valuation is the operational methodology, why is an objective measure, such as square meter not used instead. 3) How many parcels are defined in the area of the taxing authority. 4) What is the total area of the taxing authority, and of this area, how many are taxable parcels. 5) Of the untaxed parcels and land, list each and every reason why these properties are not taxed. 6) How many properties have received tax exemptions, and what is the lawful basis of exemption?
Start doing research and start asking questions. It would be fitting if a few of you figured out the property tax fraud, since it is the basis of all the other frauds as well.