As we all know, there are times when the public needs a survey but is not aware that they need a survey. I was thinking it might be time to compile a list of examples for when its time to call a qualified professional land surveyor.
..a property is divided into parcels for sale or development
..a property is to be sold, purchased or mortgaged
..a property improvements are planned or to be developed
.. government regulations require a survey and map of your property
.. the location of property boundaries or corners is uncertain
..property trespass or encroachment is evidenced or suspected
Feel free to add to this list or elaborate further in the comments below.
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