View single post by Bullshipper
 Posted: Mon Jan 19th, 2015 08:42 pm
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You better read up on the obligations and rights of farming ejidos and fishing cooperativos in Mexico, and how Mexico has been in the process of settling property lines in order to produce deeds for both over the last 20 years.
With a deed they can actually own, buy, sell and pay taxes for their land and fishing rights, if they actually get them, that were conceeded to them with few obligations.
After that, we will see if these poor can actually produce enough income to pay their taxes, but in the meantime them working their grants is the only way they can support themselves as their social security and welfare system is not as generous as most nations north of them.
But please do your part to educate them on the laws of Mexico. I am sure your eloquence and deep knowledge of the subject will continue to shame them into paying taxes for ground they still do not own.