HB 70, 36th R.S. history

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HB 70, 36th R.S.
Relating to providing a more stringent and effective alien land law for the state of Texas; repealing certain laws and enacting in lieu thereof new titles prohibiting resident and non-resident aliens from owning, holding and conveying ands, or interest therein or liens thereupon, or from hereafter purchasing, holding, acquiring or conveying land, or liens thereupon, except upon the compliance of said aliens with certain specified conditions; providing for the making, under oath and the filing and recording in separate record of reports of alien ownership, or declaration of intention to become a citizen, and of admission to citizenship, providing that the making of any false statement of fact or facts in either of such reports shall be punishable as perjury as now provided by law.

Author: John C. Darroch

Vetoed by Governor William P. Hobby

Property Interests--Real Property

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