headright certificate. Hist. A certificate issued under authority of a Republic of Texas law of 1839 providing that a person was entitled to a grant of 640 acres if the person (1) had immigrated to the Republic between 1 October 1837 and 1 January 1840, (2) was a head of household, and (3) actually resided within the Republic with his or her family. ? The grant was to be held under the certificate for three years and then conveyed by absolute deed to the settler.
How do Chinese legal professionals usually express the term HEADRIGHT CERTIFICATE?
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