American Creek Resources Ltd.

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American Creek Resources Ltd.

May 09, 2014 09:00 ET

American Creek Resources Obtains Title to Treaty Creek Property-Teuton Appeals Court's Decision

CARDSTON, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - May 9, 2014) - American Creek Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:AMK) ("American Creek" or "the Corporation") is pleased to announce that on May 8, 2014, 100% of the legal title to all of the mineral claims comprising the Treaty Creek property was transferred to American Creek. This was pursuant to the judgment handed down by the British Columbia Supreme Court on April 14, 2014 in the litigation against Teuton Resources Corp. ("Teuton") over the Treaty Creek property (see American Creek news release dated April 15, 2014). American Creek now holds a 49% interest in the mineral claims in trust for Teuton pursuant to the parties' original agreement and the Court's judgment.

The Court found that American Creek has met its obligations under the option agreement with Teuton and that it has earned a 51% interest in the Treaty Creek property. The Court found that Teuton breached the agreement in refusing to transfer title to the Treaty Creek mineral claims to American Creek. The Court's reasons for judgment are available on the Court's website: (http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/SC/14/06/2014BCSC0636.htm).

Teuton filed a Notice of Appeal on May 8, 2014. American Creek intends to respond vigorously and expects that it will prevail.

American Creek is also proceeding with its claim that Teuton pay American Creek special costs which may include recovery of the significant legal fees related to this action.

American Creek will continue to prosecute the separate $150 million conspiracy and defamation law suit filed in Alberta against Teuton, Teuton's Chief Executive Officer & President, Dino Cremonese, Teuton's Director Amanda Mullin, Teuton's Investor Relations contact Gary Assaly and others.

The Treaty Creek property is situated in northwest British Columbia, Canada, and is contiguous with Seabridge Gold Inc.'s ("Seabridge") KSM project and near Pretium Resources Inc.'s ("Pretium") Snowfield / Brucejack (Valley of the Kings) projects. Mineralization in the Treaty Creek property lies within the same broad hydrothermal system that generated the several deposits on the Seabridge and Pretium properties that lie south of the Treaty Creek claims. The KSM project, owned by Seabridge, is now one of the largest undeveloped gold and copper deposits in the world.

Seabridge has applied for a permit to construct twin tunnels through approximately 14 km of the Treaty Creek claims, connecting the KSM deposit with tailings facilities that are proposed north of the Treaty Creek property. The proposed tunnel route passes directly through a highly prospective area of the Treaty Creek property hosting several different mineralized zones including the Copper Belle and GR2 zones.

The Corporation has not independently verified the geological information previously reported by Seabridge or Pretium but believes it to be accurate and in conformance with industry standards.

American Creek Resources Ltd. is a Canadian junior mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral deposits within the Province of British Columbia, Canada.

Information relating to the Corporation is available on its website at www.americancreek.com.

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