Date Filed: November 16, 2015
Original Court: United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
Case Status: Pending
The federal government is trying to take thousands of acres of Texas land from homeowners and ranchers along the Red River. According to the Bureau of Land Management, the land is inside the river and is therefore public land. But there is a major problem with the BLM’s view: the south bank of the river is about a mile north of where the government says it is. Furthermore, many Texans live on that land, and many others make their livelihoods from farming and ranching (not fishing) on it. These Texans have lived and paid taxes on the land for generations, and they have titles and deeds going back to the 1800’s. Learn more at redriverpropertyrights.com.
- BLM Amended Complaint with Exhibits
- Response to Defendants’ Motion to Compel Access to the Individual Plaintiffs’ Lands, Motion for Protective Order, and Memorandum in Support
- Appendix to Response to Defendants’ Motion to Compel Access to the Individual Plaintiffs’ Lands, Motion for Protective Order, and Memorandum in Support
- Plaintiffs’ Motion for Partial Summary Judgement
- Memo in Support of Plaintiffs’Motion for Partial Summary Judgement
- Defendants’ Notice of Suspension of Surveys
- TPPF files amended lawsuit against Bureau of Land Management
- Bureau of Land Management shows contempt for property rights
- TPPF statement on Texas General Land Office intervening in Aderholt, et al. v. Bureau of Land Management
- TPPF statement on Texas attorney general intervening in Aderholt, et al. v. Bureau of Land Management et al.
- TPPF files lawsuit against Bureau of Land Management challenging seizure of private land along Red River