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Overview of Federal Laws About Property

Property refers to land. It can mean public land that belongs to the state or the Government. It also refers to private land owned by private individuals, associations, and corporations. Land is also known as real estate. Property in most places is owned by the state government or private parties who reside in a particular state. Hence, property laws that govern property and real estate are all state laws. The laws differ from state to state and as per the statutes of the particular state.

This does not mean that there are no federal laws on property. The property that is owned by the Federal government is obviously regulated by Federal laws. Apart from this, there are many other laws passed by the Federal government related to property. An overview of these laws is presented. It must, however, be noted that most properties would be regulated under state laws.

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Federal laws on property

The first aspect related to federal laws on property governs lands belonging to the Federal government. These lands are owned by the citizens of the United States and are held in trust by the Federal government of the USA. All federal lands can be bought, sold, and regulated by the US Congress. The United States Constitution Article Four, Section 3, Clause 2 makes this clear. This clause is referred to as the property clause.

28% of the land in the United States is owned by the Federal Government. These include the following:

  • National parks and national monuments that are managed by the National Park Service
  • Land for conservation of wildlife that is managed by the US Fish and Wildlife service
  • Other federal lands used for grazing, timber, watershed, and other purposes that are managed by the Bureau of Land Management
  • National forests that are managed by the United States Forest Service
  • Military bases and reservations, managed by the US Department of Defense

There are laws governing these lands that include:

  1. Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act
  2. Endangered Species Act
  3. Federal Land Policy and Management Act
  4. Mineral Leasing Act
  5. National Environmental Policy Act
  6. Omnibus Public Land Management Act
  7. Taylor Grazing Act

There are other related laws of the federal administration that have a bearing on property. For example, aviation laws govern the altitude at which an airplane may fly over private property.

The most significant federal act related to property is the Fair Housing Act. This act was passed in 1968 and was passed at the height of the Civil Rights movement. The act was passed within a week of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The purpose of the act was to handle discrimination faced by some people while trying to obtain housing. The concept behind this act is that everyone has the right to either buy a house or rent it, without being discriminated on any basis.

The Fair Housing Act listed out seven classes of discrimination, which have been prevalent leading to people being discriminated on these grounds and refused housing. Under the act the following seven classes are protected. These are:

  • Color
  • Disability
  • Family status
  • National origin
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Sex

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is the federal agency responsible for enforcing this act. The department investigates any complaints related to violation of the laws and take legal action, if required. The department may also depute their staff to go and buy or rent a home and test if they face discrimination. Homes occupied by owners, single-family homes, and private clubs are exempted from this act.

Latest Property Arrests

  • 1 - Felony Property Damage 2 - Dwi 2 - Careless And Imprudent Driving Involving An Accident
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (Dui Damage To Property Or Person Of Another)
  • Hit And Run (Leave Scene Of Crash Involve Damage To Prop)
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (Dui Damage To Property Or Person Of Another)
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (Dui Damage To Property Or Person Of Another)
  • Patrol Charge - Felony Leaving The Scene Of An Accident With Property Damage
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (Dui Damage To Property Or Person Of Another)
  • Trespassing - Fail To Leave Property Upon Order By Owner
  • Dui-Unlaw Bld Alch (Dui Damage To Property Or Person Of Another)
  • 1) Felony Leaving The Scene Of An Accident - Property Damage Exceeding $1000 2) Driving While Revoked 3) Careless And Imprudent Driving Caus...
  • St Charles County - Property Damage X 2. O Fallon Pd - Following Too Close And No Seatbelt
  • Felony Property Damage First Degree
  • Jefferson County - Littering On Public Property
  • 1) Four Counts Of Felony Receiving Stolen Property
  • 1) Four Counts Of Felony Receiving Stolen Property
  • Lee's Summit Pd - Obstruct Police, Received Stolen Property, And Traffic Offense X2
  • Maryland Heights Pd - Property Damage
  • 1. Felony - Resisting Arrest 2. Felony - Receiving Stolen Property 3. Driving While Intoxicated 4. No Valid License 5. Lane Violation 6. No Insurance
  • Patrol Charge- Possession Of Stolen Property

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