Step 1. Start with the Application Form below.
aajogo owns the land/lot and lessee owns any improvements (dwelling, shoreline structures). An annual fee applies.
In instances where properties have an outdated or incomplete survey, a new survey may be required at renewal or transfer of lease lot to a new owner.
aajogo owns a strip of land between the lake and the privately owned property. An annual fee applies.
Access lots contain a portion of shoreland which is owned by aajogo in fee. This portion of the property will not be described in a legal warranty deed as its separate and apart from the fee simple property the owner is purchasing. aajogo has absolute authority regarding this shoreland strip and determines what can or cannot be done on this portion of the property.
Private owner has ownership rights down to the high-water mark of the lake. We will at a minimum maintain Project Boundary rights, regardless of lake, and may have flood rights or a flood easement on the private-owned lot, which allows us to potentially limit or restrict structures in these areas.
Private ownership down to the high-water mark – aajogo at minimum will maintain Project Boundary rights, regardless of lake and may have flood rights or a flood easement on the private-owned lot, which allows us to potentially limit or restrict structures in these areas. If the lot has structures in the lake or you desire to build structures in the lake, a proper legal agreement with aajogo is required.