Fonds MS 28 - Sealeigh Park Strata Development Corporation fonds

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Sealeigh Park Strata Development Corporation fonds

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  • 1980 - 1992 (Creation)
    Sealeigh Park Strata Development Corporation

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7 cm of textual records
12 maps

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Sealeigh Park was developed as residential properties by Maisie and Lillian Adams from the 850 acre property near Tunstall Bay that their father George Adams had purchased from Western Explosives Ltd. In 1983, the residents formed a corporation in order to better administer to their interests. The corporation was authorized to act as advocate and communications office for the Sealeigh residents, and also to collect and administer funds for improvements to shared properties and utilities. Two subsidiaries were formed to support the activities of the corporation: the Adams Road Development Water Utility and the Sealeigh Park Water Users Society.

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The fonds consists of records created and collected by the Sealeigh Park Strata Development Corporation and two subsidiaries: the Adams Road Development Water Utility and the Sealeigh Park Water Users Society. The records contain legal and financial documents, minutes and memoranda, maps, plans, reports and collected reference materials.

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      Created 13 August, 2012

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