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Property for sale by way of Public Tender
Submission Deadline: Bids due in sealed envelopes at the County Office on
April 10, 2019 by 12 p.m.
For the following property:
38532 Range Road 144, Paintearth County, AB
Legal Land Description: NE 32 38 14 W4
Parcel Size: Appx 1.97 acres
Zoning: Agricultural District
The property is located approximately 8 miles northwest of Castor in the County of Paintearth. The subject lot is mostly tree and bushes and includes the old Lauderdale School building. Surrounding the area are agricultural holdings and farmland. This site is serviced with power and natural gas.
Restrictions: Purchaser is responsible for all costs related to the provision of, and connection to, County-owned services and infrastructure, where applicable. Certain restrictions may apply in the case of developments including private septic systems, as per Safety Code regulations. Please refer to Schedule D for more information, or review applicable Safety Code standards when considering any developments on this property.
Deposit of 10% must accompany bids in the form of certified cheque or bank draft, made out to the County of Paintearth
Please address all submissions to the care of:
Chief Administrative Officer,
Re: Lauderdale School/Hall Public Tender
Opening Date: Tenders will be opened at the County Office on April 11 at 12:30 p.m.
Council Review: Tenders to be reviewed by Council at the April 16, 2019
Regular Council Meeting
The balance of the Tender price shall be paid by June 1, 2019
Disclaimer Notice: County has no reserve bid on this County-owned land and reserves the right to reject any or all public bids and to waive irregularities and informalities at its sole discretion. The County reserves the right to accept a bid other than the highest-priced bid without stating reasons. By the act of submitting its bid, the bidder waives the right to contest in any legal proceeding or action, against the right of the County to sell County land to whomever it chooses, in its sole and unfettered discretion, and for whatever reasons the County deems appropriate. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the County may consider other factors besides the price that it deems in its sole discretion to be relevant to its decision. The County and the successful bidder will each be responsible for their own legal fees. Tenderers must rely on their own research of the lands, and the County makes no warranties or representations in regard to the lands.