Land transfer

My partener's adoptive mother recieved land as a wedding gift 40 years ago from her husband. When her husband died we were told it went into the names of the surviving members names ( wife and 3 kids) The deed has since been lost along with a landsurvey. We have been paying the municipality taxes. In order to transfer the ownership of the land do we need a land survey?


Asked over 2 years ago in Quebec
Categories: Real Estate

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Mimikos Athanassiadis

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Yes.

Posted over 2 years ago

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