What is allodial title?
In property law, allodial title is a concept describing a situation wherein in land, buildings, fixtures or any other real property is owned for the cost of nothing and free from any financial burdens including tax, mortgage and liens. A property with an allodial title is inalienable, it is an absolute property of its owner and is not subject to any law and authority. This means that it cannot be taken for any reason whatsoever by any operation of law.
Absolute property ownership
Property owned under true allodial title is very rare to find. Countries like UK, the U.S., Canada, Ireland and Australia describes allodial title as being “fee simple,” an absolute ownership right limited by four government powers of taxation, police power, eminent domain and escheat. So basically, you will seldom find a property under alloidal title.