prints Allodial title is a concept in some systems of property law. It describes a situation where real property (land, buildings and fixtures) is owned free and clear of any encumbrances, including liens, mortgages and tax obligations. Allodial title is inalienable, in that it cannot be taken by any operation of law for any reason whatsoever.

From Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition:
ALLODIAL – “Free; not beholden of any lord or superior; owned without obligation…; the opposite of feudal.” Barker v. Dayton 28 Wis. 384; Wallace v. Harmstad, 44 Pa. 499.

Americans have “Deeds” which are merely a “color of title.” To understand how the creditors or bankers qualifies your property, it is essential to understand one legal term, “color of”. “Color” is defined in Black’s Law Dictionary 6th Edition as “an appearance or semblance, as distinguished from that which is real; a prima facie, a deceptive appearance.” “Color of Title” is defined as “that which in appearance is title but is not title in fact or in law.” Write v. Matron, 18 How. (U.S.) 50 “Color of title is an appearance of title coupled with possession, it purports to convey ownership. This is not to say, however, that it actually conveys ownership.” Rawson v. Fox, 65 Ill. 200 – David v. Hall, 92 Ill. 85.