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Statutes > California > Prc > 7723-7733

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 7723-7733



7723.  Certificates of purchase, and all rights acquired thereunder,
are subject to sale, by deed or assignment, executed and
acknowledged before any officer authorized by law to take
acknowledgments of conveyances of real property.



7724.  All such sales shall, when the deed or assignment is recorded
by the county recorder, be reported by him to the commission, to be
entered in its books.


7725.  The recorder is entitled to receive from the purchaser, for
making such report, a fee of fifty cents ($0.50).



7729.  Whenever a person becomes entitled to a patent, the
commission, upon the surrender of the full-paid certificate of
purchase or the submission of an affidavit by a person having an
interest in the land or any portion thereof that the certificate of
purchase is lost, destroyed or beyond the control of the owner or
owners of the land, shall prepare a patent for the land. The patent
shall be issued in the name of the original applicant. The commission
shall send it to the Governor, together with a certificate that the
laws in relation thereto have been complied with, that payment in
full has been made, and that the person named in the prepared patent
is entitled to it. The patent so issued shall inure to the benefit of
the assigns, grantees, or successors in interest of said original
applicant. The United States shall not be required to make payment
for state land until the patent is delivered.



7730.  The patent shall then be signed by the Governor, attested by
the Secretary of State, sealed with the Great Seal of the State, and
countersigned by the commission.



7731.  No patent shall issue until the lands are relinquished to the
State by authority of the General Land Office at Washington. Such
relinquishment is not required for locations of the sixteenth and
thirty-sixth sections in place, or for swamp and overflowed lands,
shown to be such by the official surveys made by authority of the
United States.



7732.  The commission shall record all patents in books to be kept
in its office for that purpose, and then deliver them to persons
entitled thereto.


7733.  Where a patent for lands is issued in the name of a deceased
person, the title is vested in the heirs, devisees, or assignees of
such person in the same manner as if the patent had issued to such
person during life.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 7723-7733

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 7723-7733



7723.  Certificates of purchase, and all rights acquired thereunder,
are subject to sale, by deed or assignment, executed and
acknowledged before any officer authorized by law to take
acknowledgments of conveyances of real property.



7724.  All such sales shall, when the deed or assignment is recorded
by the county recorder, be reported by him to the commission, to be
entered in its books.


7725.  The recorder is entitled to receive from the purchaser, for
making such report, a fee of fifty cents ($0.50).



7729.  Whenever a person becomes entitled to a patent, the
commission, upon the surrender of the full-paid certificate of
purchase or the submission of an affidavit by a person having an
interest in the land or any portion thereof that the certificate of
purchase is lost, destroyed or beyond the control of the owner or
owners of the land, shall prepare a patent for the land. The patent
shall be issued in the name of the original applicant. The commission
shall send it to the Governor, together with a certificate that the
laws in relation thereto have been complied with, that payment in
full has been made, and that the person named in the prepared patent
is entitled to it. The patent so issued shall inure to the benefit of
the assigns, grantees, or successors in interest of said original
applicant. The United States shall not be required to make payment
for state land until the patent is delivered.



7730.  The patent shall then be signed by the Governor, attested by
the Secretary of State, sealed with the Great Seal of the State, and
countersigned by the commission.



7731.  No patent shall issue until the lands are relinquished to the
State by authority of the General Land Office at Washington. Such
relinquishment is not required for locations of the sixteenth and
thirty-sixth sections in place, or for swamp and overflowed lands,
shown to be such by the official surveys made by authority of the
United States.



7732.  The commission shall record all patents in books to be kept
in its office for that purpose, and then deliver them to persons
entitled thereto.


7733.  Where a patent for lands is issued in the name of a deceased
person, the title is vested in the heirs, devisees, or assignees of
such person in the same manner as if the patent had issued to such
person during life.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 7723-7733

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 7723-7733



7723.  Certificates of purchase, and all rights acquired thereunder,
are subject to sale, by deed or assignment, executed and
acknowledged before any officer authorized by law to take
acknowledgments of conveyances of real property.



7724.  All such sales shall, when the deed or assignment is recorded
by the county recorder, be reported by him to the commission, to be
entered in its books.


7725.  The recorder is entitled to receive from the purchaser, for
making such report, a fee of fifty cents ($0.50).



7729.  Whenever a person becomes entitled to a patent, the
commission, upon the surrender of the full-paid certificate of
purchase or the submission of an affidavit by a person having an
interest in the land or any portion thereof that the certificate of
purchase is lost, destroyed or beyond the control of the owner or
owners of the land, shall prepare a patent for the land. The patent
shall be issued in the name of the original applicant. The commission
shall send it to the Governor, together with a certificate that the
laws in relation thereto have been complied with, that payment in
full has been made, and that the person named in the prepared patent
is entitled to it. The patent so issued shall inure to the benefit of
the assigns, grantees, or successors in interest of said original
applicant. The United States shall not be required to make payment
for state land until the patent is delivered.



7730.  The patent shall then be signed by the Governor, attested by
the Secretary of State, sealed with the Great Seal of the State, and
countersigned by the commission.



7731.  No patent shall issue until the lands are relinquished to the
State by authority of the General Land Office at Washington. Such
relinquishment is not required for locations of the sixteenth and
thirty-sixth sections in place, or for swamp and overflowed lands,
shown to be such by the official surveys made by authority of the
United States.



7732.  The commission shall record all patents in books to be kept
in its office for that purpose, and then deliver them to persons
entitled thereto.


7733.  Where a patent for lands is issued in the name of a deceased
person, the title is vested in the heirs, devisees, or assignees of
such person in the same manner as if the patent had issued to such
person during life.

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