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Unformatted text preview: Arizona has made a major breakthrough, granting limited allodial titles, in which case most are granted to churches (who hold service on Sundays), universities, and American Indian reservations. Feudal titles are land grants permitted to lower class citizens by upper class nobility. The rights, taxes, and governing are done solely by the upper class grantor. The person who inhabits the land does not have sole ownership, but holds the property in the terms set by a feudal superior....
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- Spring '09