Boundary Survey
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Boundary Survey

Boundary Survey

The residential and / or commercial boundary survey are among the most common. Residential restraint involves precise measurements of the boundaries of a particular property. This can also be called a lifting boundary limits. These can be used in the case of property disputes or prior to construction upon the field work; title companies and loans may also require surveying showing the structures on the property.

Boundary survey of a property is much more complicated than simply measuring the limits of the land under the property title. Surveyors update research and then map the true boundaries of the property.

The first step in any measurement is seeking records concerning the property. These include certificates of titles, deeds, plans and other documents. Then the surveyor investigates previous studies, easements and other records that may affect the results.

Once the surveyor understands the historical boundaries of the property, the surveyor will take the measurements of your land, and determine if there is a conflict of adjacency with the limits in the records or previous studies.

The surveyor will advise you on the differences between the current survey and previous records of land surveying, including areas where neighbors have infringed the land property owner’s regulations.

PJDC is establishing a new industry standard in customer service. With over 25 years of combined studies and surveying experience, our team puts emphasis on accuracy, customer service and quality work delivered on time.

If you are in need of an accurate and affordable boundary study, we are the surveyors you need! No job is too big or too small!

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