👽 Lucian Marin "The Tree That Owns Itself (en.wikipedia.org/w...) is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet (2.4 m) of its base." Paying taxes by proving oxygen!?
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Eric I love things like this, great find. I wonder if at the time it was scorned upon like people scorn upon little old ladies who leave their estates to their house cat's name.
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Martijn From the same page, sadly: 'such a deed, even if it did exist, would have no legal standing.' Sure would've been interesting though.
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