just and unextinguished title


just and unextinguished title
A title to land good upon its face, not manifestly frivolous, but not necessarily one which shall be determined to be valid in the ultimate test. United States v Conway, 175 US 60, 44 L Ed 72, 20 S Ct 13 (phrase appearing in a private land claim act).

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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