LAND RECOVERY AND RECONVEYANCE UNIT (NLRRU)
Code 171(a)c: The Native Land Recovery and
Reconveyance Unit (NLRRU) is directly
vested with the responsibility of recovering property, land, estates
as well as acres and/or lots with the express focus on transferring
original native owners title, deed and/or other documentation
related to ownership into the correct and/or originally intended owner's
In instances where land
or property, estate and/or commercial edifice has been sold.
transferred and/or managed without the rightful owner's
knowledge and/or secondary title and/or replacement deed(s)
have been produced, the initially conducted sale as well as
paperwork shall be investigated in order to see if in fact any erroneous
dealings, foul play or simple errors were involved in obtaining the title and/or
possession of the land. Identified errors shall be reversed
with correction(s) providing originally intended owners possession
with accurate documentation.
To continue, in instances in which land or
property has been obtained by
real estate, escrow, manufacturing, construction and/or special
interest financial organizations whom have facilitated the process of
construction and/or alteration on said land/property, the land shall remain subject to seizure,
Eminent Domain and/or negotiated means of transfer to the original
and/or intended owner whom, with third party interest in mind, shall
assume such property as stated herein.
Furthermore, in situations facilitating the process of land being
maintained for long periods of time with the express and/or intended
cause for transfer to a beneficiary (Ex. Family member, sibling,
Etc.), whether or not the original holdings company maintaining the
title, deed, agreement, trust and/or procured documentation has
continued to operate during the coarse of, sometimes, up to 20 or
more years of stead, the same should apply in the interest of
justice, determined land shall be subject, no matter what new found
agreement, documentation, information and/or claims intended exist,
to recovery, reconveyance and/or in some cases Eminent Domain with
the express interest of utilizing the land, property, estate and/or
otherwise stead for the rightfully intended owner and/or
beneficiaries intended purpose.
The U.S. Reporting Agency shall, upon investigation, with the
power and/or authority of the people, by the people and for the
people, exercising sovereign right, power and authority in an
international as well as U.S. jurisdiction secured, to seize,
proclaim possession and/or otherwise repossess land, regardless of
deed, trust, lease, owner agreement, real estate agreement, in the
absence and/or presence of previous owner's claim to property, etc.
in an express and/or provisionary provision to complete reconveyance
procedures, function according to ordinance.
Any owner and/or tenant, upon investigation,
when err is identified, may be asked to leave the property in a
reasonable amount of time (Generally 30 days) or less depending on
the situation and may be found in violation if compliance is not
adhered to and/or otherwise observed by said tenant or owner providing the
rightful tenant and/or owner with possession.
To continue, any deputy, officer and/or constable found to
interfere with said reconveyance for what ever reason shall be
subject to correction by the U.S. Reporting Agency.
All U.S. Reporting AgencyGround Squad
Agents (GSA) must complete the U.S. Reporting
AgencySpecial Agent Training Coarse (SATC).
Special Agent Training (SAT) schedule information is
available upon request. For further information, email
firstname.lastname@example.org. U.S. as
well as international clearances are in the final stages of
completion for agents completing the 2009 U.S.R.A.
Academy. Badge assignment distribution will occur per
team, per class and/or per Specialized Agent upon
authorization from the Supervisory Special Agent (SSA)
Assigned to your team, class, unit and/or Squad.