Both feel the federal government has abandoned promises that go all the way back to the Oregon and California Railroad Revested
Lands Act, or O&C Act, of 1937.
165) Equally, there are cases where entitlement to an asset, having earlier passed absolutely to the recipient, is regained or revested
in equity in favour of a transferor at his election to exercise the equitable right to rescind a voidable contract.
What seems, therefore, like a "wild speech" that Dimitri later delivers to Aloysha in prison, while he awaits trial for the murder of his father, crowns a series of epiphanies that have led him from having stripped off his vetus homo in order to be revested
in the Lord as a novus homo.
Absent a special provision, the Debtor becomes revested
with its assets.
To commence land reform, the tens of millions of acres the railroads stole should be revested
because the owners have violated the terms under which they acquired them.
Cases involving Native American religious freedom include: The Taos Blue Lake legislation (PL91-550, 1970) which revested
48,000 acres of the Carson National Forest to the Pueblo de Taos Indians providing that the Indians(1) "use the lands for traditional purposes only" including religious ceremonials, and (2)that "the lands shall remain forever wild and shall be maintained as a wilderness as defined in section 2 (c) of the Act of September 3, 1964 (78 Stat.
Federal ownership in the Oxbow area is part of the revested
O&C Railroad land included in Sen.
253) When the railroad companies violated the terms of the 1866 grant, the grant lands revested
to the United States.
portions of the revested
[lands which are] classified as timber lands