boundary realignments

Identification surveys

Quite often the original pegs marking the corners of land get disturbed or removed over time. Fences are not necessarily on the boundary and sometimes it may be necessary to obtain an identification survey over all or part of the land.

The original corners will be accurately reinstated on an identification survey and existing fencing located in relation to the boundary. Any encroachments by or on the subject land will be measured. An identification survey plan will be prepared and the original lodged with the Department of Natural Resources and Mines for the public record.