Stephen J. Hubertus
This is a residential or commercial property survey to establish or re-establish property lines and show any overlaps, gaps or
1.1 Show boundary lines, giving length and bearing on each straight line and/or interior angles; radius, arc length, and delta of curved lines. Where no monument exists, set permanent steel rods or other suitable permanent monuments at property corner; drive rod into the ground adequately to prevent monument and mark with a plastic cap bearing my name and license number; state on the map whether corners were found or set and describe each.
1.2 Furnish a legal description which conforms to the record title boundaries. Prior to making this survey, the surveyor shall acquire data including but not limited to: deeds, maps, certificates or abstracts of title, and facts of pertinent local history.
2.3 Give area in acres (0.001 acre)
1.4 Note identity, jurisdiction, and width of adjoining streets and highways (where practical), with and type of road.
1.5 Describe fences, walls and other evidence of occupation with respect to property lines.
1.6 Show location of record lines where they differ from established property lines.
1.7 State the owner of right to adjoining lots. Where possible, identify the size and nature of easements and/or rights of way.
1.8 State whether gores or overlaps in title exists.
1.9 Observable evidence of easements of all kinds, such as those created by roads, rights of way, water courses, utility lines, etc., shall be shown on the map of the survey.
1.10 Physical evidence of all apparently encroaching structural appurtenances and projections shall be shown.
1.11 Ponds, Lakes, Springs, or Rivers bordering on or running through the premises shall be shown.
1.12 Furnish client with six (6) prints of map signed and sealed by a licensed Land Surveyor. Maps will be certified to parties required.
1.13 Blaze and mark boundary lines of the surveyed property (optional at client’s request)
This item if not requested during initial negotiations is an additional expense.
Insert example of boundary survey.