Property Line Survey
A property line survey is conducted for the purpose of setting or recovering property corners then draw a detailed plat or map featuring the recovered or removed corners. It’s the responsibility of a surveyor to recover the corners but to accomplish this; the surveyor must make an extensive research on the public records and in the field to take measurements of the perimeters. It is this survey that is the most important survey to carry out before construction takes place. This survey is what identifies property boundary lines and saves the property owner from several disputes that may arise from missing corners or trespass.
A deed is any written and validated legal document that confirms the right or property. It should be signed, attested, and delivered. Depending on the jurisdiction, it may also need to be officially sealed. A deed is a valid document concerned with transferring title, ownership and legal rights to a property. If a deed is unwritten or in a public record, there are possibilities of vulnerability to legal issues. A deed can be bilateral or unilateral and it includes licenses, conveyances, commissions, patents etc. there are several types of deeds, some of which include; deed of trust, quitclaim deed, bargain and sale deed.
Deed restriction puts a limit on what you can have on your property and also what you do on it. If there's a case of deed restriction violation, the consequences depends on the extent of violation but the major ones are fines and foreclosure. There are several deed restrictions on a property some of which are: vehicle restriction whereby there's a limited number or types of vehicles you can have on your property. It helps to conserve parking lots and helps to keep the property free. Another form of deed restriction is pet and animal restriction which is a meaningful form of restriction that protects the environment from being polluted by the noise and odor that may arise from rearing them. It's also a form of regulation that puts the welfare of the neighbors into consideration.
An easement is defined as the usage or entry into a property of an individual without possessing the right to do so. It is a kind of right that enables someone to trespass onto the property of another without being guilty. It’s a privilege that provides pathways through two or more properties. For instance, you could have a neighbor who has the right to use a piece of your land or fish in your pond. It is considered a property right and is treated as such. There are four types of easements and they include; right of way, rights associated with artificial waterways, easement of support, and easements of light and air.
Ordinance survey mapping
An ordinance survey brings the National Geographic Database up to date continuously for the purpose of natural and man-made changes that takes place in the environment. From this update, a range of geospatial data products and mapping products are formed and they provide information that’d be useful for a boundary dispute case.