43 U.S. Code Chapter 7 - HOMESTEADS

SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec. 161 to 176. Repealed or Transferred. 177. Patents for lands in New Mexico held under color of title. 178. Patents for lands in New Mexico; lands contiguous to Spanish or Mexican land grants. 179, 180. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER II—RIGHT OF PARTICULAR PERSONS TO MAKE ENTRY 181 to 191. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER III—LANDS SUBJECT TO ENTRY 201 to 208. Repealed. 209. Extension of public-land laws to certain lands in Oklahoma. 210. Recognition of equitable claims on certain lands in Oklahoma; validation of homestead entries. SUBCHAPTER IV—LIMITATION AS TO AMOUNT AND ADDITIONAL AND ENLARGED ENTRIES 211 to 224. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER V—LEAVES OF ABSENCE AND EXCUSES FOR NONRESIDENCE OR NONCULTIVATION 231 to 243a. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER VI—FINAL PROOF GENERALLY 251 to 256b. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER VII—PAYMENTS AND REFUNDS 261 to 263. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER VIII—ALASKA HOMESTEADS 270 to 270–11. Repealed. 270–12. Disposal by United States of coal, oil, or gas deposits reserved to United States; entry, reentry, etc., on lands for prospecting, mining, and removal. 270–13 to 270–17. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER IX—SOLDIERS’ AND SAILORS’ HOMESTEAD 271 to 284. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER X—STOCK-RAISING HOMESTEAD 291 to 298. Repealed. 299. Reservation of coal and mineral rights. 300. Repealed. 301. Rules and regulations. 302. Repealed.

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