The Land Act of 1820 (ch. 51, 3 Stat. 566), enacted April 24, 1820, is the United States federal law that ended the ability to purchase the United States' public domain lands on a credit or installment system over four years, as previously established.
dedication of land to public use; • redefinition of a lot on a resurvey. A plan of subdivision may require the approval of the relevant planning body (see [21-2130]). Additional approvals to the plan may be also required in some cases (see [21-2140] to [21-2210]). Where the land is affected by a mortgage, lease, easement, profit a prendre or ... Resolution For Plan Revision For New Land Development (3850-FM-BCW0356) Used by municipal officials to document adoption of a Component 2, Component 3 or Component 3s Planning Module as a formal revision to the municipality's Official Act 537 Plan. Not intended for use by the general public. Task/Activity Report (3850-FM-BCW0005)