There were three battles of the war of 1812 that had a significant impact; one of those battles was the Battle of Lake Erie. Also known as the Battle of Put-in-Bay, this battle was fought on September 10, 1813, off the coast of Ohio. Nine vessels of the United States Army captured and defeated six of Great Britain’s Royal Navy vessels. This event secured the Northwest Territory, and opened supply lines. During this battle the ship called the Lawrence was badly damaged, and most of the crew was either dead or badly wounded. Oliver Hazard Perry, the American Commander transferred to another ship called the Niagara, where he continued the battle and came out victorious. Commodore Perry wrote his famous report to General William Henry Harrison: “We have met the enemy and they are ours: two ships, two brigs, one schooner, and one sloop.” This gave the Americans control of the lake for the remainder of the war, because of this the Americans were able to recover Detroit and later win the Battle of Thames. The battle of the Thames was an important land battle of the war of 1812. Since the early 1800s Chief Tecumseh had tried to form a confederation of Indian tribes to attempt to stop white Americans from seizing Indian land. Because Tecumseh had been killed in the battle, so too was his confederation. They couldn’t survive without a strong leader. For the next several years’ decades Indians in the old northwest signed treaties giving up claims to their land that they once owned. The Battle of Horseshoe Bend was also fought during the war of 1812 in central
Week 3 Knowledge Check Study Guide
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Remedies for breach of
Mislaid, lost, or
Concept: Agreement, consideration, and capacity
What is true about the acceptance of a contract?
A. It is effective…
Chapter 13 Real, Personal, and Intellectual Property
Ownership describes one interest in property
Ownership and possession separated
“real property” refers to land and things permanently attached to the land, such as buildings
Fixed and immovable
Personal Property: movable and divided into two categories
Chattels (or goods): tangible personal property, consisting of movable, can be weighed and measured
Intellectual property: intangible, such as right to claim one person has right against…
Land, Settlement, and Politics
Prince Edward Island
November 13, 2012
Bumsted, J.M., Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward Island.
McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1987.
In his 1987, Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Price Edward Island, J.M. Bumsted discusses early eighteenth-century settlement in the New World…
current online Land Titles registry system, the issue date and time reflect the point of conversion. On a title that has been created after conversion, it indicates the date and time the title became active.
Issued Date - The date and time that the title or abstract was converted to the current online Land registry system, or, following conversion, the date and time that the title or abstract was, for example, transferred, transformed, or transmitted.
Joint Tenants - Owners who have one and…
property like cars, furniture, and clothing (also known as Chattel)
- Real estate: property in land and buildings (consists of physical land and structures)
- Economic Characteristics of RE:
- Fixed location
- Interdependence of land uses
- Long life
- Long-term commitments
- Large transactions
- Long gestation period
- Land use depends greatly on 1) provision of public services 2) nearby land uses 3) general economic vitality of neighborhood/community
- Gestation period: time between…
of Property Ownership
The method of “holding” land rather than “owning” it was called a system of tenure.
Alienability: refers to the power to transfer tenure to another during one’s lifetime or at the time of death.
Common Law: is the part of the law that is formulated, developed and administered by the common law courts, mostly underwritten and founded originally by common customs.
Types of Estates:
Estates – describes an interest in land or more specifically the degree, quantity, nature…
Professor Eric Freyfogle
Property Spring 2012
* Acre = 43,560 sq feet (10 sq chains)
* 4 rods = 1 chain = 66ft
* In Western states, a person must obtain a usage right separate from the ownership of the land
* To acquire a water right, one must:
1. Divert the water from the river
2. Apply it to a beneficial use
a. Policy: because water is scarce
b. Actual pattern of beneficial use is what you are limited to regardless of paper rights until then, you’re…
provide for others as cultivated land produced more produce than a smaller share of uncultivated land
Although Rousseau agrees with Locke initially about mixing labour with land and thus acquiring ownership he argues that this right can not be claimed. Those who own property are only able to keep it as long ass they have the power to do so. By a cunning plan, and false character, the land owners realize that in order to protect themselves from the non-land owners, they employ the poor as slaves and…
by working for a sharecropper even though they have no knowledge of the money and do not realize how bad of a deal they are getting. Land ownership and freedom was a huge part in these newly freedmen’s life and the southern white man, Andrew Johnson and the sharecroppers never gave the past enslaved their proper freedom or chances to make a living on their own.
Land ownership was a very big deal post Civil War, and as a matter of fact still is today as well. It is a huge step in a person’s life to…
to the Land Access Code3 and also the Small Scale Mining Code. 4Another source of information/reference is the Mineral and coal exploration guideline.5
Mineral Recourses Act 1989
Mineral Recourses Act 1989 has a number of sections in relation to access and conditions of the EPC.
Section 140A6 ‘Obligation to consult with particular owners and occupiers’, states the following;
“(1) An exploration permit holder must consult or use reasonable endeavours to consult with each owner and occupier…