Virginia Code Title 41.1. Land Office

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  • VA CODE § 41.1-1. Librarian of Virginia in charge of Land Office
  • VA CODE § 41.1-2. Act changing name of Denny Martin taken as true;  records, etc., of Northern Neck and other lands
  • VA CODE § 41.1-3. Grants of certain lands, etc., to be void;  such lands, etc., under control of Governor
  • VA CODE § 41.1-5. Circuit courts authorized to dispose of waste and unappropriated lands
  • VA CODE § 41.1-6. Ratification of grants issued pursuant to § 41.1-3
  • VA CODE § 41.1-7. Copies of unsigned grants admissible in evidence;  Commonwealth's right relinquished when certain taxes paid;  correction of record
  • VA CODE § 41.1-8. When grant invalid;  when Commonwealth's right relinquished to land settled on
  • VA CODE § 41.1-9. Lost records and papers in chains of title;  bill in equity to establish ownership
  • VA CODE § 41.1-10. Same;  order of court for survey
  • VA CODE § 41.1-11. Same;  when and how testimony taken
  • VA CODE § 41.1-12. Same;  ownership certified by court;  order as to costs
  • VA CODE § 41.1-13. Bill in equity for repeal of grant
  • VA CODE § 41.1-14. Nature of proceedings for repeal of grant
  • VA CODE § 41.1-15. Recording decree of repeal
  • VA CODE § 41.1-16. Sale of wastelands;  proceeding by citizen resident;  motion and deposit for costs;  parties;  copy of plat
  • VA CODE § 41.1-17. Same;  time and place of hearing
  • VA CODE § 41.1-18. Same;  subsequent proceedings;  disposition of proceeds of sale
  • VA CODE § 41.1-19. Same;  proceedings by governing body of county or city
  • VA CODE § 41.1-20. Same;  sale extinguishes title and interest of Commonwealth

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