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One of the main purposes of a Boundary Survey is to ensure that property boundaries are accurately marked and defined. This is important for a number of reasons, including preventing disputes over land ownership and ensuring that property taxes are accurately assessed. A Boundary Survey may also be used to assess the condition of boundary markers, such as fences and walls, and to make any necessary repairs or improvements.
A Boundary Survey may also be required in order to obtain a building permit or to make changes to a property, such as adding a fence or building an addition. In these cases, the survey is used to confirm that the proposed changes do not encroach on the property of others and are in compliance with local zoning regulations.
In addition to measuring and marking the boundaries of a property, a Boundary Survey may also involve the review of historical records, such as deeds and maps, to establish the original boundaries of a property. This is particularly important in cases where the boundaries of a property have not been accurately marked or have changed over time.
Overall, a Boundary Survey is an important process for accurately defining and maintaining the boundaries of a piece of land. It is essential for preventing disputes and ensuring that property taxes are accurately assessed.