[permaculture] Independent Freeholds
todd.siegel at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 18:19:25 EST 2008
I don't know either, but you piqued my interested so I did a little
A freehold is "Real property held under fee simple absolute in
So from http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/fee-simple-absolute-in-possession.html
Fee simple means:
"Highest form of legal estate in freehold land denoting complete
ownership. 'fee simple' means ownership that will not end with the
death of the present owner but will descend to his or her heirs.
'Absolute' means that owner's rights of ownership are not limited by
any condition. And 'inpossession' signifies immediacy of those rights.
Also called by its short form 'fee simple.'"
Searches on "independent freehold" didn't turn up anything useful,
sorry. I think he made that term up. :-)
According to his website, JHK is not accepting emails anymore or you
could have just asked him. Perhaps try the book discussion forum on
On Dec 2, 2008, at 3:51 PM, Brent McMillan wrote:
> Dear fellow Permies:
> Over the holiday break I read Kunstler's book, "The Long Emergency."
> the seventh, and final chapter, 'Living in the Long Emergency' he
> states, "If the process of reorganizing agriculture in America were to
> work favorably--especially in the form of independent freeholds--it
> could have many benefits."
> Pardon my ignorance, but what is an 'independent freehold'?
> Where can I learn more about them? What are their strengths and
> weaknesses as an organizing structure?
> Brent McMillan, Steward of Wood Haven
> Avilla, Indiana, USA
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