Property Ownership and Land-use History for King County Forestland — Section 2


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Property Ownership and Land-use History for King County Forestland — Section 2

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Property ownership history


 

There are multiple ways to compile a list of property ownership changes through time. This section will discuss the online and in-person research options for identifying the names and dates associated with each transfer of the property going
back to the original land patent owner. Figure 6 offers a visual representation of the property ownership history search process explained in this section.
Figure 6. This flow chart offers a visual representation of the property ownership history search process explained in this manual.

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