My apologies for the wait. No, this is not true. If allodial titles were granted before in Texas, they are not anymore. There is no such thing as an allodial title in Texas. If you owe it outright, then you have it in essence, but there is no way
to guard against Eminent Domain
, which is when the state takes the land for development, I am afraid. But that is the only way that the state would be able to take said land away from you.
So you do own it - really own it - already. At least, as much as possible under Texas law, since there is no allodial title in Texas.
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