42 USC 1982 The Law
Title 42 of the U.S. Code at Section 1982 "Property rights of
citizens" is part of the civil rights package. It is the statute
that controls the use of real and personal property.
Here it references only the property the federal and state
government have a proprietary or monetary interest in.
Take time to read this very carefully. This was written to
protect all the people. Here it references only the property
the federal and state government have a proprietary or
monetary interest in.
The Land Patent and the act of congress will spell out the
jurisdiction the federal government has on the real property.
The articles immediately below are from internet news and
other sources. As you read them you will notice they all have
something in common. That is, the government can only put
a covenant on (Real and/or Personal Property). This would in
essence mean or indicate, that the owner had signed a contract
for the control, received money for improvements or was using
42 USC 1982 - Cases of Importance
BEECH GROVE INVESTMENT v. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
This is a Michigan Supreme Court Case. Some think because it is
a state case it only applies to that state, but there is a U.S. Supreme
Court case mentioned in this case. This case and 42 USC
1982 are just one of the methods I use to get the local government off
peoples land. Another Statute I use is 42 USC 1441. I never talk about
if their land ordinances are good or bad. I push for the federal Statute
that gives them the jurisdiction over the U.S. Patented Land. So, you
also might want to consider using 42 USC 1982 and this BEECH
GROVE INVESTMENT v. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION.
*Get used to going to the public law library. "librarians like to help
people find things" Remember every one who uses the library had
their first time. If you want to get the rest of this case, copy the first
page and take it with you to the library, the librarian will help you.
JONES v. MAYER CO., 392 U.S. 409 (1968)
42 USC 1982 did NOT apply in the BEECH GROVE
INVESTMENT V. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION., 157 N.W.2d 313
(1968) and JONES v. MAYER CO., 392 U.S. 409 (1968) Quote
from Jones v. Mayer, " on the one hand, a general statute
applicable only to racial discrimination in the rental and sale of
property and enforceable only by private parties acting on their own
initiative," For the congress to, pass an act, to put a covenant on
patented land after the patent is issued would be a BREACH of
CONTRACT. The land patent is a contract. "United States v.
James Jim., (409 U.S. 80)"
National Collegiate Athletic Assn. v. Smith, No. 98-84 (1998)
This is a personal property rights case. It is a law that only applies
to personal property that the federal government has a direct
Monetary or Proprietary interest in. In this case the federal
government was one step removed. The N.C.A.A. did not receive
money directly from the federal government. They received dues
from the federally financed collegesand universities. With this in
mind the Federal Government or State Government cannot tax,
assess or impost, real or personal property. Unless they have a
monetary or proprietary interest. If they own real or personal
property out right, they have full control of said property.