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Reservation

A clause in a deed of real property whereby the grantor, one who transfers property, creates and retains for the grantor some right or interest in the estate granted, such as rent or an Easement ,a right of use over the land of another. A large tract of land that is withdrawn by public authority from sale or settlement and appropriated to specific public uses, such as parks or military posts. A tract of land under the control of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to which an American Indian tribe retains its original title to ownership, or that has been set aside from the public domain for use by a tribe.

Cross-references

Native American Rights.

reservation

n. a provision in a deed which keeps (reserves) to the grantor some right or portion of the property. The language might read: "Sarah Sims reserves to herself an easement of access to lots 6, 7 and 8," or "reserves mineral rights," or "except she reserves lot 5." (See: reserve)

reservation

(Condition), noun condition, exceptio, exception, exemption, limitation, provision, proviso, requisite, restriction, salvo, saving clause, stipulation
Associated concepts: conditional contracts, reservation connained in acceptance, reservation contained in grant, reserration in deed, reservation in insurance policy

reservation

(Engagement), noun booking, promise to set aside, registration, retaining, retention, saving, withholding
Associated concepts: reservation of interest, reservation of life estate, reservation of rights, reservation of title
Foreign phrases: Quod sub certa forma concessum vel reservatum est non trahitur ad valorem vel compensaaionem.That which is granted or reserved under a certain form, cannot be twisted into a valuation or compensation.
See also: adjournment, choice, clause, condition, doubt, indecision, limitation, misgiving, modification, objection, provision, qualification, registration, restriction, retention, salvo, selection

reservation

a right or interest retained by the grantor in property granted, conveyed, leased, etc., to another.

RESERVATION, contracts. That part of a deed or other instrument which reserves a thing not in esse at the time of the grant, but newly created. 2 Hill. Ab. 359; 3 Pick. R. 272; It differs from an exception. (q.v.) See 4 Vern. 622; Brayt. R. 230; 9 John. R. 73; 20 John, R. 87; 3 Ridg. P. C. 402; Co. Litt. 43 a; 2 Tho Co. Litt. 412

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In 1996, Johnson connected with Tristan Reader, a community gardener on the reservation.
20] In this case, tribal police arrested Oliphant, a non-Indian living on a reservation in Washington State.
Revenue from the sale of these reservation permits went to the tribe's general fund.
Most reservations do not offer many job opportunities in general and for those with disabilities, practically none.
The Court ruled that all of the plaintiffs as well as the general public have the right of access over the Reservation land to the beaches because easements in their favor were established by the Olmsted Map 3496 when it was filed.
For instance, if a person is assaulted on a reservation, that crime is usually handled by the tribal police.
The report also states that 26% of the housing units on the Reservation are mobile homes, often purchased or obtained (through donations) as used, low-value units with negative-value equity.
Most of the drugs are brought onto the reservation, where there is a lack of law enforcement.
Besides the Nez Perce, name two other Native American groups that have reservations in Idaho.
Although the project has been in operation only a short time, there is evidence that the new service has opened up a number of vocational and rehabilitation possibilities to individuals with disabilities who reside on the Flathead Reservation.
Bernard Wagner, general manager of the 305-room Ramada Renaissance Hotel, which opened on March 2, said he is seeing the difference even though his hotel was not open in time to accept delegation reservations.
With things so bad, one might assume that the Sioux are fleeing reservation life.