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LAND RECORDS

PANL holds several collections, which include information for tracing the ownership of land. The history of a piece of property can give a researcher valuable information about the owners and occupiers of that property. Theses are on microfilm at the Provincial Archives (PANL), however, at the Land Grants office located in the Confederation, they have land listings dating from mid 1700's up to day. They are easily accessible to the public on paying a entrance fee of $ 2.50 (half day) and $ 5.00 for a full day spent there. The staff are quite busy, but will answer any questions you may have. All the documents there can be photocopied and this you do yourself at .10c per copy. They also have copies of old wills pre 1832.

The following is the address, etc for the Land Grants:

ADDRESSES:

Registry of Deeds
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Confederation Building, Ground Floor, East Block
P.O. Box 8700
St. John's, Newfoundland
A1B 4J6

Tel #: (709) 729-3302
Fax #: (709) 729-0232

E-Mail Address for Registry of Deeds
info@mail.gov.nf.ca

Home page:
Registry of Deeds

The above e-mail and home pages are the basic government pages.
Land Grants is hoping to have their own page up and running within the next 6 months

Page Contributed by Barbara McGrath (July 2000)
Page Revised by Craig Peterman (September 2002)

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