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United States v. Jenks

ELR Citation: ELR 20392
Nos. 96-2106, 129 F.3d 1348/(10th Cir., 11/17/1997)

The court holds that a ranch owner with inholdings within the Apache National Forest and the Gila River Forest Reserve in New Mexico does not have a preexisting patent right or a common-law easement allowing access to the inholdings. The court first holds that the government's claims regarding the ranch owner's use of the access roads is moot....

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