Congressional Serial Set
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1901
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
1.5. rezultāts no 100.
But , in order to dispel any apprehension that it may be intended to dispossess the owners of land acquired on equitable conditions , and not in extent or otherwise prejudicial to the present or prospective interests of the community ...
... not be just to apply retrospectively to aliens who had becoine land - owners before the islands formed part of the dominions of the British crown the law which prevents aliens from acquiring landed property within those dominions .
... be derivative owners from Mr. Webster . CONCLUSIONS . From the foregoing it appears : ( 1 ) That the good faith of Mr. Webster in his land purchases is unquestionable . ( 2 ) That the validity of nearly all his important conveyances ...
... not be just to apply retrospectively to aliens who had become landed owners before the island formed part of the dominions of the British Crown the laws which prevent aliens from acquiring landed property within those dominions .
Nor was the claim of William Webster to his lands in New Zealand , which was perfected by conveyances from the owners of the soil , made to him before the Government of Great Britain had acquired sovereignty over those islands ...
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