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People have been buying and selling land on the Moon for decades. Lunar Land sells land on the Moon by the acre. Lunar Land is a unique gift and perfect for that person who has everything. If you can’t think of a gift for that special person, why not give them the Moon?
You may be surprised who actually buys Lunar Land. Members of NASA, former United States presidents and Hollywood celebrities have all gotten in on the Lunar Land rush. While some purchase Lunar Land for the novelty of it, some purchase Lunar Land for investment purposes. Every Lunar Land deed is transferable to future generations.
Lunar Loophole to answer Who Owns The Moon?
The controversy began in 1980, when Hope registered his claim to the moon with the United Nations. The claim went unanswered, so he figured his rights were secured.
To date his company has sold more than 2,500,000 1-acre (0.4-hectare) plots of lunar land, which Hope says are rich in an isotope of helium that has an earthly price tag of about U.S. $125,000 an ounce.
Today a deed for a plot of land on the moon, printed with the buyer’s name, is selling online for $29.99, plus tax.
Legal experts counter that the UN didn’t answer because it didn’t have to: The moon is unclaimable under the 1967 Outer Space Treaty, which has so far been ratified by 100 UN member countries, including the United States.
Hope, however, said there’s a loophole.
The treaty prohibits countries from claiming property in space, but “I filed my claim of ownership as an individual.”
The fact that he’s now claiming his Galactic Government has legal authority over the moon might seem problematic. But Hope said that the fledgling regime isn’t a member of the UN and so doesn’t have to abide by its laws.
Regardless of his current stance, Hope’s original claim to the moon is simply not legal, the space-law institute’s Masson-Zwaan asserts.
The UN treaty does apply to governments and their private citizens, which invalidates Hope’s claim to the moon and other celestial bodies, she said.
But that shouldn’t disappoint any prospective moon millionaires.
You don’t need to own a place to make money on it, Masson-Zwaan said. But you do need a clear legal framework for doing business on the property-something the moon currently lacks.
A separate 1979 treaty known as the Moon Treaty Agreement sets up a framework for establishing clearer rules for managing the moon’s natural resources, once the use of those resources becomes feasible. Such rules would apply to businesses looking to establish hotels, mining operations, and other commercial endeavors on the moon.
That agreement, however, has been ratified by just 13 countries, none of which are major spacefaring states.