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No one owns land in the U.S.,you have your ownership interest vested in the property you bought not in the land. This is a legal fiction here and you will never understand this concept unless you study real estate laws and property rights in the United States.

You need to do this research on that I am clear on what I am saying as a Real Estate Broker myself and Criminologist person in the United States.

You think that you know the United States laws than myself, it will take 10 persons your age to fight with me and you will not win. When you don't have knowledge on something, it is better to remain silent instead of voicing wrong opinions ok.

All U.S. lands belong to the U.S. Federal Government and all the 50 states.

The state can seize your land if they want to expand on a highway or anything else under the Eminent Domain Doctrine.

Simply they compensate you for the economic loss incured to you. You cannot dig without permission; however, you can do legal use of your land. Haiti has the same law with the United States on Real Estate matters, and both countries convey fictious land ownership title to anyone who purchased a property on a land. If people had ownership interest vested in their land the Eminent Domain Law would not be applied when any U.S. states wants to expand on highways, bridges, tunnels, dams, reservoirs and bridges to name a few.

We would not change our real estate laws to please anyone and the notion of reciprocity as argued by Rooster is always vested in both countries' real estate laws. I may type the word commend wrongly by mistake because I am typing from the internet, but you cannot know better the English language than myself on an academic standpoint.

You have time to correct words but I have time myself to defend my people from any predators that want to hurt them. I will not let you brainwash anyone here ok.

Toulimen, February 26 2011, 8:02 PM

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We need to remind America that Haitians paid for their freedom with their strength and sweat, and bought the land... read more >
Rose L, 26-Feb-11 12:58 pm
Haiti has a new constitution now, written only recently..... Also, not allowing foreigners from any country to invest... read more >
Rooster, 26-Feb-11 1:13 pm
Rooster, you are a source of confusion for yourself and not for us. Have you ever taken a Real Estate Class? I am... read more >
Toulimen, 26-Feb-11 1:52 pm
The First Haitian Constitution has been located in one of the New England states in the U.S. which includes... read more >
Toulimen, 26-Feb-11 3:29 pm
Toulimen knows the real estate laws of Haiti I am sure, but in the United States the govenment does NOT own all the... read more >
Brian Sitterley, 26-Feb-11 6:59 pm
No one owns land in the U.S.,you have your ownership interest vested in the property you bought not in the land. This... read more >
Toulimen, 26-Feb-11 8:02 pm
Dear Toulimen, I also have had a real estate broker's license. I did not comment on Haiti's land ownership laws but do... read more >
Brian Sitterley, 27-Feb-11 12:03 am
Richelle, 27-Feb-11 7:53 am
I am clear on land ownership rights in America and in Haiti. No one owns land in any country around the world. Land... read more >
Toulimen Legrand, 27-Feb-11 11:29 am
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