Nobody really owns property

“Ownership in Fee simple Only”

Nobody really owns property

Nobody really owns property

So many people think they own property. Well think again; your certificate of ownership says; “Ownership in Fee simple Only” which means you have to pay rent in the form of taxes or it can be repossessed and if you want to build or develop the property you must get a permit. No one can really own property. The First Nations signed treaties for they knew instinctively realistically you are part of the property and it can not be owned by people. We white people are treaty too as we signed the treaties also.

John A. McDonald

Duncan