THE KINGDOM OF HAWAII

A CONSTITUTION MONARCHY AND A SOVEREIGN AND INDEPENDENT NATION

 

STEP 1

LAND COMMISSION AWARD (LCA)

 

The Land Commission of the Hawaiian Kingdom Government was formed in 1846.  

Its sole purpose was to award (by Classes of People) Land(s) by his Majesty, King Kamehameha III

 

All (LCA) were in the form of "fee simple titles" which could be converted later into a Royal Allodial Patent 

Chiefs of Hawaii

Royal Allodial Patent Awards

 

It was not the responsibility of the Land Commission to evict or dismember anyone from their lands, nor was it their responsibility (kuliana) to give out Royal Allodial Patents

 

The Government was only required to give out "Fee Simple"

 

ONLY THE KING CAN TRANSFER

SOVEREIGN ALLODIAL LANDS

OWNED BY THE

KING OF HAWAII TO THE 

CHEIFS OF HAWAII

 

Important Note

Only the King can transfer "Allodial Land Patents" that were given to the Chiefs (Konohikis) of Hawaii.

Allodial Patents are Sovereign Patents Owned by the Chiefs of Hawaii under Hawaiian Kingdom Law, Heritage Laws, Common Law, and International Laws of Occupation.

 

BUKE MAHELE OF 1848

The Chiefs of Hawaii

Royal Allodial Land Patents

STEP 2

ROYAL PATENT AWARD

 

This is were most people or (Hawaiian families) get confused.

 

You must know that there are more than one type of

"Royal Patent Award"

 

First, the King, King Kamehameha and the Royal Court have 

Royal Allodial Patents

Allodial is the highest land title in the World, only the Kings and Queens of Sovereign Monarch Nations posses these awards in Allodium.  Allodium is also free from the Goverment Commutations (government taxes), and Private Property Land ownership, unlike "fee simple" which is just a Promissory Note.

 

Important Note

King Kamehameha III, did something that no other King, Nation or Country in the World has ever done till today!

He gave all his "Chiefs of Hawaii" Royal Allodial Land Patents

Not Land titles? but Allodial Patents!

Big Difference under International Law.

So, the Chiefs of Hawaii listed in the Buke Mahele Book of 1848 have in their Possession

Royal Allodial Land Patents that

Must be passed down by bloodline

Important Note

Cannot be taken away by the government nor by the King of Hawaii, these lands are Allodial and Sovereign, International Law.

 

The 3rd type of Royal Patent given out by King Kamehameha III, were "Fee Simple" Royal Patents

Fee Simple Royal Patents must be heired by bloodline (Heritage Laws)

 

The Royal "Fee Simple" Patents were not exempt from the Government or taxes like the "Royal Allodial Patents" were.

 

AN EXAMPLE OF 

ROYAL "FEE SIMPLE" PATENTS

The Kuliana Act of 1850

 

GRANTOR OR GRANTEE TITLE

IS A "FEE SIMPLE TITLE"

IT MEANS THAT IT IS NOT EXEMPT FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND IT IS NOT SOVEREIGN, IT CAN BE SOLD TO ANYONE

 

GRANTOR AND GRANTEE IS NOT

ROYAL ALLODIAL TITLES

ONLY FEE SIMPLE TITLE

 

WHEN OUR BELOVED NATION WAS OVERTHROWN, THE CHEIFS OF HAWAII (ROYAL ALLODIAL PATENTS) WERE NO LONGER RECOGNIZED BY THE ILLEGAL GOVERNMENT, ONLY FEE SIMPLE TITLES, THEN THE FOREIGN TENANTS TURNED AGAINST THE CHIEFS AND KILLED OR KICKED THEM OFF OF THEIR OWN LANDS BY USING FORCE UNDER THE NEW ILLEGAL GOVERNMENT.

 

GENOCIDE AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS!

 

These are the three Classes of People with Land titles in Hawaii

 

1. The King and the Royal Court

2. The Chiefs of Hawaii (Allodial)

3. The Maka'ainana

(Kanaka Maole)

The People of Hawaii

 

It is very Important that you understand the "Classes of People" in Hawaii and what they Own through the Great Mahele of 1846

 

BUKE MAHELE OF 1848

The Chiefs of Hawaii

Royal Allodial Land Patents

STEP 3

THE CHIEFS OF HAWAII

BUKE MAHELE 1848

 

THE CHIEFS OF HAWAII

ROYAL ALLODIUM PATENTS (BUKE MAHELE BOOK 1848)

 

“ALLODIAL ROYAL PATENTS”

CONSTITUTION OF 1864 (KAMEHAMEHA V) ARTICLE 22

LAWS OF INHERITANCE, ALLODIAL LAW, COMMON LAW, HAWAIIAN KINGDOM LAW.

 

“A patent when attacked incidentally, cannot be declared void, unless it be procured by fraud, or is void on its face, or has been declared void by law. A patent cannot be avoided at law in a collateral proceeding unless it is declared void by statute, or its nullity indicated by some equally explicit statutory denunciations.

Once perfect on its face is not to be avoided, in a trial at law, by anything save an elder patent. It is not to be affected by evidence or circumstances, which might show that the impeaching party might prevail in a court of equity. A patent is evidence, in a court of law, of the regularity of all previous steps to it, and no facts behind it can be investigated. A patent cannot be collaterally avoided at law, even for fraud.

An allodium patent, being superior title, must of course, prevail over colors of title; nor is it proper for dray state legislation to give such titles, which are only equitable in nature with a recognized legal status in equity courts, precedence over the legal title in a court of law”. [ID. at 242, 243,245, 246]

 “a patent to land is the highest evidence of title and may not be collaterally attacked” [State v. Crawford, 441p2d 586,590 (Ariz. app.1968)]

 “Congress having the sole power to declare the dignity and effect it’s titles has declared the patent to be the superior and conclusive evidence of the legal title.” [Bagnell v. Broderick, 38 U.S. 438 (1839)]

As is evident from the 6th and 7th rules above, it was further necessary for each of them to bring evidence of his “Mahele” before the Board of Commissioners to quiet Land Titles, to obtain its formal Award (LCA), which could afterwards be converted into an allodial title (Royal Patent), by payment to the Government of a commutation to be fixed by the King in Privy Council. 

(Haw. Reports, Vol. VI., p. 63.)

 

pg. 184  HAWAIIAN JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS: VOL. 2 

The second Division of lands took place during the summer of 1850, when most of the chiefs ceded a third of their lands to the Government, in order to obtain an allodial title for the remainder. 

W.D. ALEXANDER, Superintendent of Government Survey, The Kingdom Of Hawaii.

 

Important Note

Only the King can transfer "Allodial Land Patents" that were given to the Chiefs (Konohikis) of Hawaii.

Allodial Patents are Sovereign Patents Owned by the Chiefs of Hawaii under Hawaiian Kingdom Law, Heritage Laws, Common Law, and International Laws of Occupation.

BUKE MAHELE OF 1848

The Chiefs of Hawaii

Royal Allodial Land Patents