What is a Record of Survey?

Posted by Hogan Land Services on Apr 12, 2017 7:20:00 AM

A Record of Survey is an official map that documents the evidence and procedures used by a licensed land surveyor to determine a boundary, and shows the new monuments set to demarcate that boundary in the physical world.  At the conclusion of the Record of Survey process, the Record of Survey is submitted to the County Surveyor’s Office (for review) and then filed with County Recorder’s Office (for permanent recordation). The boundary lines delineated on the Record of Survey are the generally accepted boundaries for use in design documents and for building new fences. In addition, a Record of Survey can include details about any easements that affect the property.

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Topics: land surveying, record of survey