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Subdivision / Boundary Realignment

Subdivision / Boundary Realignment

Construction and Development: Boundary Surveys are also essential for construction and development projects. They help ensure that buildings and structures are placed within the property’s legal boundaries, adhering to local zoning regulations. Title Insurance: Title insurance companies may require a Boundary Survey to issue a policy, as it helps them assess the risks associated with…

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Easement / Covenant Surveys

Easements – when you want to change the way others use your land or the way you use theirs. Put simply, an easement embodies the right to use or cross someone else’s land. Covenants – when you want to change the restrictions on your land. Perhaps you need to change your building envelope or move…

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Land Development

Mandatory Registration: Boundary Surveys must be conducted by a Registered Surveyor. This ensures that the survey is carried out by a qualified and licensed professional who adheres to the legal standards and regulations governing land surveys.

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Boundary Identification / Fencing / Boundary Dispute Resolution

A Boundary Survey, also known as an Identification Survey, is a crucial process in land surveying. Defining Property Boundaries: The primary purpose of a Boundary Survey is to accurately define the boundaries of a property. This involves locating and marking the property corners and boundary lines. Legal Documentation: The results of a Boundary Survey are…

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