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karriebell
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« on: October 15, 2018, 02:25:08 PM »

I recently won the Tehkummah bid for 25 more acres on my beloved Manitoulin.  There isn't any longitude or latitude coordinates for the property stakes in any of the paperwork for either of my properties.  I won a 100 acre tax sale, one lot over a couple years ago.  Does anyone know where I could access the stake info without having to go to a surveyor?  I went to the twp office and they are not up to date with their planning maps.

Hoping someone has the answer.
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« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2018, 05:23:49 PM »

I recently won the Tehkummah bid for 25 more acres on my beloved Manitoulin.  There isn't any longitude or latitude coordinates for the property stakes in any of the paperwork for either of my properties.  I won a 100 acre tax sale, one lot over a couple years ago.  Does anyone know where I could access the stake info without having to go to a surveyor?  I went to the twp office and they are not up to date with their planning maps. Hoping someone has the answer.

Karrie:

Could you please Private Message me.    I have a couple of suggestions that I consider commercially sensitive and require an understanding of your plans for the property.   This is not a subject for public discourse on the board and I apologize if I offend other members.    Note I would be surprised if this property and the adjacent one you have, have ever been surveyed.   For large rural properties the survey cost is typically much more then people realize, almost as much as your winning bid.

One question I can ask publically is do you have access to a GPS.   Note as well what I will propose will require you to do a site visit.

Dave   
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« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2018, 05:17:51 PM »

I recently won the Tehkummah bid for 25 more acres on my beloved Manitoulin.  There isn't any longitude or latitude coordinates for the property stakes in any of the paperwork for either of my properties.  I won a 100 acre tax sale, one lot over a couple years ago.  Does anyone know where I could access the stake info without having to go to a surveyor?  I went to the twp office and they are not up to date with their planning maps. Hoping someone has the answer.

Karrie:

Could you please Private Message me.    I have a couple of suggestions that I consider commercially sensitive and require an understanding of your plans for the property.   This is not a subject for public discourse on the board and I apologize if I offend other members.    Note I would be surprised if this property and the adjacent one you have, have ever been surveyed.   For large rural properties the survey cost is typically much more then people realize, almost as much as your winning bid.

One question I can ask publically is do you have access to a GPS.   Note as well what I will propose will require you to do a site visit.

Dave   

Dave, Dave....any boy scout can locate the corners....but only a scout leader can find the real commercial purpose in all of it.   Maybe leave it to the Hill-Billy, he has all the answers.  Cool
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« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2018, 09:26:07 AM »

Just GOOGLE it.....LOL
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