State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8101-8106

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8101-8106



8101.  The Regents of the University of California may order the
selection of the 150,000 acres of land granted to the State for the
use of an agricultural college, and dispose of the land at the price
and in the manner fixed by them.


8102.  The land agent of the university, as the agent of the State,
shall select the lands according to the instructions of the board,
and issue certificates of purchase and patents to purchasers who
comply with the conditions fixed by the board. The Regents shall
invest all moneys accruing from the sale of lands as they may deem
best, subject to the conditions of the act of Congress granting such
lands.



8103.  All moneys, securities, or other properties arising from the
sale of the 72 sections granted to the State for a seminary of
learning, and from the sale of the 10 sections granted to the State
for the erection of public buildings, shall be paid out of the State
Treasury on the order of The Regents of the University.




8104.  All persons who have purchased any portion of either of the
grants mentioned in Section 8103, and who have not paid in full
therefor, shall be included in the delinquent-list, and the district
attorney shall proceed against such delinquents as provided in
Sections 7902 and 7903, and the provisions of Sections 7903 to 7912,
inclusive, are made applicable to such proceedings. If such lands
revert to the State, they pass under the control of and may be sold
by The Board of Regents of the University.



8105.  Whenever any resident of this State desires to purchase any
part of the 150,000 acres of land granted to the State for the use of
an agricultural college, he shall make an affidavit before any
officer authorized to administer oaths, that he is a citizen of the
United States or, if an alien, that he has filed his intention of
becoming a citizen, a resident of the State, of lawful age; that he
desires to purchase land, giving a description thereof by legal
subdivisions; that there are no improvements of any kind on the land
other than those of the applicant, or if there are improvements other
than his own, he shall state that such improvements are the property
of (giving his name), and have been upon the land for three months
or over, and that the township has been sectionized and the plats of
survey filed in the land office of the district in which the land is
located, for three months or over. The application shall be forwarded
to the said land agent of the university.



8106.  When a contest arises between two or more persons concerning
the right of such persons to purchase any portion of the land granted
to the State for the use of an agricultural college, if either party
demands a trial in the courts of the State, the land agent of the
university, as the agent of the State, shall make an order, referring
the contest to the superior court of the county in which the land
involved is situated, and shall enter the order in the proper record
book of his office. The party making such demand shall prosecute his
contest to judgment within six months from the date of the demand,
unless for cause satisfactory to the court. Either party may bring an
action in the superior court of the county in which the land in
question is situated, to determine the conflict. The proffer of a
certified copy of the entry, made by the agent, shall give the
superior court full and complete jurisdiction to hear and determine
the conflict. Upon the filing, with the agent, of a copy of the final
judgment of the court, he shall issue the certificate of purchase,
or other evidence of title, in accordance with the final judgment.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8101-8106

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8101-8106



8101.  The Regents of the University of California may order the
selection of the 150,000 acres of land granted to the State for the
use of an agricultural college, and dispose of the land at the price
and in the manner fixed by them.


8102.  The land agent of the university, as the agent of the State,
shall select the lands according to the instructions of the board,
and issue certificates of purchase and patents to purchasers who
comply with the conditions fixed by the board. The Regents shall
invest all moneys accruing from the sale of lands as they may deem
best, subject to the conditions of the act of Congress granting such
lands.



8103.  All moneys, securities, or other properties arising from the
sale of the 72 sections granted to the State for a seminary of
learning, and from the sale of the 10 sections granted to the State
for the erection of public buildings, shall be paid out of the State
Treasury on the order of The Regents of the University.




8104.  All persons who have purchased any portion of either of the
grants mentioned in Section 8103, and who have not paid in full
therefor, shall be included in the delinquent-list, and the district
attorney shall proceed against such delinquents as provided in
Sections 7902 and 7903, and the provisions of Sections 7903 to 7912,
inclusive, are made applicable to such proceedings. If such lands
revert to the State, they pass under the control of and may be sold
by The Board of Regents of the University.



8105.  Whenever any resident of this State desires to purchase any
part of the 150,000 acres of land granted to the State for the use of
an agricultural college, he shall make an affidavit before any
officer authorized to administer oaths, that he is a citizen of the
United States or, if an alien, that he has filed his intention of
becoming a citizen, a resident of the State, of lawful age; that he
desires to purchase land, giving a description thereof by legal
subdivisions; that there are no improvements of any kind on the land
other than those of the applicant, or if there are improvements other
than his own, he shall state that such improvements are the property
of (giving his name), and have been upon the land for three months
or over, and that the township has been sectionized and the plats of
survey filed in the land office of the district in which the land is
located, for three months or over. The application shall be forwarded
to the said land agent of the university.



8106.  When a contest arises between two or more persons concerning
the right of such persons to purchase any portion of the land granted
to the State for the use of an agricultural college, if either party
demands a trial in the courts of the State, the land agent of the
university, as the agent of the State, shall make an order, referring
the contest to the superior court of the county in which the land
involved is situated, and shall enter the order in the proper record
book of his office. The party making such demand shall prosecute his
contest to judgment within six months from the date of the demand,
unless for cause satisfactory to the court. Either party may bring an
action in the superior court of the county in which the land in
question is situated, to determine the conflict. The proffer of a
certified copy of the entry, made by the agent, shall give the
superior court full and complete jurisdiction to hear and determine
the conflict. Upon the filing, with the agent, of a copy of the final
judgment of the court, he shall issue the certificate of purchase,
or other evidence of title, in accordance with the final judgment.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 8101-8106

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 8101-8106



8101.  The Regents of the University of California may order the
selection of the 150,000 acres of land granted to the State for the
use of an agricultural college, and dispose of the land at the price
and in the manner fixed by them.


8102.  The land agent of the university, as the agent of the State,
shall select the lands according to the instructions of the board,
and issue certificates of purchase and patents to purchasers who
comply with the conditions fixed by the board. The Regents shall
invest all moneys accruing from the sale of lands as they may deem
best, subject to the conditions of the act of Congress granting such
lands.



8103.  All moneys, securities, or other properties arising from the
sale of the 72 sections granted to the State for a seminary of
learning, and from the sale of the 10 sections granted to the State
for the erection of public buildings, shall be paid out of the State
Treasury on the order of The Regents of the University.




8104.  All persons who have purchased any portion of either of the
grants mentioned in Section 8103, and who have not paid in full
therefor, shall be included in the delinquent-list, and the district
attorney shall proceed against such delinquents as provided in
Sections 7902 and 7903, and the provisions of Sections 7903 to 7912,
inclusive, are made applicable to such proceedings. If such lands
revert to the State, they pass under the control of and may be sold
by The Board of Regents of the University.



8105.  Whenever any resident of this State desires to purchase any
part of the 150,000 acres of land granted to the State for the use of
an agricultural college, he shall make an affidavit before any
officer authorized to administer oaths, that he is a citizen of the
United States or, if an alien, that he has filed his intention of
becoming a citizen, a resident of the State, of lawful age; that he
desires to purchase land, giving a description thereof by legal
subdivisions; that there are no improvements of any kind on the land
other than those of the applicant, or if there are improvements other
than his own, he shall state that such improvements are the property
of (giving his name), and have been upon the land for three months
or over, and that the township has been sectionized and the plats of
survey filed in the land office of the district in which the land is
located, for three months or over. The application shall be forwarded
to the said land agent of the university.



8106.  When a contest arises between two or more persons concerning
the right of such persons to purchase any portion of the land granted
to the State for the use of an agricultural college, if either party
demands a trial in the courts of the State, the land agent of the
university, as the agent of the State, shall make an order, referring
the contest to the superior court of the county in which the land
involved is situated, and shall enter the order in the proper record
book of his office. The party making such demand shall prosecute his
contest to judgment within six months from the date of the demand,
unless for cause satisfactory to the court. Either party may bring an
action in the superior court of the county in which the land in
question is situated, to determine the conflict. The proffer of a
certified copy of the entry, made by the agent, shall give the
superior court full and complete jurisdiction to hear and determine
the conflict. Upon the filing, with the agent, of a copy of the final
judgment of the court, he shall issue the certificate of purchase,
or other evidence of title, in accordance with the final judgment.


Categories