Property Rights Advocate
Helping Albertans to protect their land rights
The Alberta government appointed Lee Cutforth as the province's first Property Rights Advocate.
The Property Rights Advocate works with Albertans to provide them with impartial and independent information to deal with issues that could affect their property rights and help them find the appropriate resolution mechanisms when disputes arise.
The Advocate works out of the Property Rights Advocate Office in Lethbridge.
Mr. Cutforth is a Lethbridge based lawyer with over 25 years of experience in his profession. He was born in Lethbridge and raised near Barons and Claresholm. His family has deep roots in rural Alberta and he is the fourth generation of his family to call Southern Alberta home. Lee has a Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree from the University of Lethbridge and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan. Over the years, he has practiced law in a variety of disciplines including residential and commercial real estate; municipal law; estates; and family and civil litigation.
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