Bureau Of Indian Affairs (BIA), Withdrawal, Indian Use in San Juan County, New Mexico
Patent #NMNM 0338732 is a 80-acre land patent in San Juan, New Mexico owned by Bureau Of Indian Affairs Bia. It is a withdrawal, indian use.
Ownership and use of this patent is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Farmington Field Office under the serial number NMNM 0338732. The last action for this patent occurred on January 16, 2018. Information on the patent was last updated on January 17, 2018.
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