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Please Note: We do not assign addresses to vacant land. Only when the development process begins will we provide you a physical address.
Note: Physical addresses on warranty deeds are for convenience only. The legal description is what legally describes your property. Not the physical address.
If your property is not located inside a subdivision and is less than 35 acres, we require a copy of the current warranty deed complete with full legal description (metes and bounds) and a copy of the warranty deed with the matching legal description recorded prior to January 1, 1975. We will also accept a copy of a recorded resolution indicating approval for an exemption from subdivision.
If your property is not located inside of a subdivision and is over 35 acres we need to know your schedule number, legal description, and where your permanent driveway will be located.
We need to know where your permanent driveway will be located in order to provide you an accurate address.
The street address may help identify the property but does not constitute the legal description.
Due to such things as survey errors, poor instrumentation, or difficult terrain it is common for actual sections to differ from the PLSS ideal. Such factors sometimes result in sections that are far from square, or that contain over or under the standard 640 acres. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is the federal government’s official record keeper for the PLSS data.