The legal outline of the property and locations of all buildings on the land.
a legal document illustrating the location and dimensions of the property boundaries
a legal document prepared by an Alberta Land Surveyor that illustrates in detail the location of relevant, visible improvements relative to property boundaries
a legal document prepared by a registered Alberta Land Surveyor
a legal document prepared by a registered Newfoundland Land Surveyor
a legal document that clearly illustrates the location of all visible public and private improvements relative to property boundaries
a legal document that protects buyers and sellers in a real estate transaction by illustrating in detail the location of all relevant, visible public and private improvements, such as buildings, decks, and fences relative to property boundaries
a survey of your property, which can be obtained from an Alberta Land Surveyor (see your local phone book)
A legal document that shows the location of all visible public and private improvements relative to property boundaries. A RPR is submitted for a Certificate of Compliance or a subdivision where existing structures will remain. RPR replaced the old Surveyor's Certificate in 1987.
Also known as RPR and Surveyor's Real Property Report. A legal document that clearly illustrates permanent above ground structures, location of all buildings, registered easements, physical improvements, and encroachments in relation to property boundaries. It also shows the registered owner, certificate of title, legal description, and the date.
A report in which boundaries are measured and land areas are determined; the on-site measurement of lot lines, dimensions, and position of houses in a lot including the determination of any existing encroachments or easements.
In some provinces, a Real Property Report takes the place of a survey in defining the dimensions and location of a property.