A set stone found along the west line of Block C-26 Public School Land Surveys set by Surveyor Twitchell in 1902.

Our Approach

Early in the history of when land was being granted from sovereignty, people understood the importance to knowing what they owned, where it was located, and that the title matched its location.  Today, it is taken for granted that the title description matches what is on the ground.  It is not until there is a discrepancy between these does it become important to the title owner; both surface and mineral.

Our Story

We specialize in working through the ancient records and follow in the footsteps of the original surveyor.  Using case law and statutory law, we reconstruct original land grants to resolve their conflicts and assist with preparing curative documents.