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NASA crushes lunar real estate industry
Moon base will not be a squat
NASA has confirmed its moon base will not illegally occupy other people's land.
The news deals a crushing blow to the dreams of thousands of idiots, who coughed the cash for their very own patch of dusty countryside on the moon. NASA announced earlier this week it would start building a permanent lunar outpost in 2020.
A NASA spokesman told us: "Property rights on the moon are governed by the United Nations. Those are all just frauds."
It transpires the moon comes under the same jurisdiction as international waters. In 2004 the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Space Law aimed to clear up confusion over the legal status of land flogging operations.
It said in a statement: "The sellers of such deeds are unable to acquire legal title to their claims. Accordingly, the deeds they sell have no legal value or significance, and convey no recognized rights whatsoever." ®