According to Manitoba's Property Registry:
The Land Titles Office of The Property Registry administers the provincial systems of landholding in accordance with The Real Property Act, The Registry Act and other related Acts, and maintains the written and drawn legal descriptions ("survey fabric") of all land in the Province of Manitoba.SOURCE: This excerpt is quoted from Manitoba's Property Registry website as it appeared on January 1, 2019.
Also according to Manitoba's Property Registry:
Documents and records at land titles are part of the public record and can be searched by any person, provided that the person searching is willing to pay the required fee and can provide a land description, title number, document registration number or name.SOURCE: This excerpt is quoted from the Property Registry's "Manitoba Land Titles Frequently Asked Questions" (PDF) document as it appeared on January 1, 2019.
View the Status of Title (PDF) for Naturist Legacy's land (a public record).
According to the RM of Brokenhead:
An application for a conditional use is processed and approved or rejected in accordance with the provisions of The Planning Act. Applications for conditional use orders in both the Town of Beausejour and Rural Municipality of Brokenhead are submitted to the Brokenhead River Planning District. Completed application form must be accompanied by any supporting information and/or materials pertinent to the application.SOURCE: This excerpt is quoted from the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead website as it appeared on January 1, 2019.
Read the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead Zoning By-law No. 1688 (PDF) which regulates the use and development of land within the RM.
View the Hearing Notice (PDF) for Naturist Legacy's Conditional Use Order Application (a public record).
Read the public presentation (PDF) made before the RM of Brokenhead Council on March 8, 2011 by the president and treasurer of Naturist Legacy Inc.
Read the RM of Brokenhead Council Minutes for March 8, 2011 (PDF). See Minute Reference 67-11, 68-11, 69-11.
View the Conditional Use Order (PDF) for Naturist Legacy's land (a public record).
According to Manitoba's Assessment Services:
Assessment Services is responsible for the assessment of all real and personal property in the province, excluding property in the City of Winnipeg, delivered through 10 District Offices. The City of Winnipeg is responsible for property assessment services in Winnipeg. In Manitoba, property is assessed at market value in accordance with The Municipal Assessment Act. Market value is the most probable selling price of the property had it been sold by a willing seller to a willing buyer. Regular reassessments ensure that property assessments keep pace with real estate market conditions, and taxes are distributed fairly to property owners.SOURCE: This excerpt is quoted from Manitoba's Property Assessment website as it appeared on January 1, 2019.
Do a free Manitoba Assessment Online Property Search for Naturist Legacy's land (Certificate of Title: 2483602).
View the 2019 Property Assessment Report (PDF) for Naturist Legacy's land (a public record).
According to Naturist Legacy Park publicity:
Our new land consists of 80 acres of lush evergreen and deciduous trees growing on sandy soil that drains well even in the wettest of years. The land is bordered by government protected forest on two sides and public roads on the others (one being a busy major highway).SOURCE: "Crocus Grove Sun Club Rises From The Ashes To Become Naturist Legacy Inc." by John Kundert in The Bulletin, February 2011, published by the American Association for Nude Recreation.
View a Google Maps satellite image of Naturist Legacy's land (historical imagery date: August 24, 2015).