Surveyor’s Real Property Report
Surveyor’s Real Property Report
A Surveyor’s Real Property Report (SRPR) is a certified boundary plan showing the property boundaries and the location of any buildings in relation to the boundaries. This plan will also show any fences, hedges or permanent features that lie on or close to the property limits, plus the approximate location of any easements that affect the subject lands.
A SRPR is a valuable document for property owners to understand property boundaries, to use for discussions with neighbors or a lawyer, to help determine the size and location of a new structure when you are renovating or building on your property and to provide to a future purchaser for clarity of the extent of your property.
IBW Surveyors completes hundreds of SRPRs every year throughout Ontario and can help you:
- Save time and money. We really care about your success and will provide you with the right advice to get the job done efficiently.
- Find peace of mind. A dedicated project manager will be assigned to you to take care of your project from start to finish.
- Get all the help you need. IBW’s team of experts will help you deal with any issues on your property or project and help you move forward with certainty.
The following chart provides you with a generalization of the standard workflow for a project where the deliverable will result in a Surveyor’s Real Property Report. The SRPR is excellent for providing measurements between key fixtures and the property limits.
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A dedicated Project Manager will take your project from start to finish.
An Ontario Land Surveyor reviews the work, then prepares and signs a report. Next, the Project Manager arranges delivery.
The flow of the project can be impacted based on the information that is gathered by our research team and also based on what evidence is found and measured on site. At times it can involve a lot of deciphering, while other times it can be very simple and straightforward to move from the start to finish.
Once a Surveyor’s Real Property Report is complete, you will receive two key pieces of documentation. The primary document will be a signed legal survey, the secondary document will be a reporting letter that will outline any issues that were discovered while completing the survey.
Surveyor’s Real Property Report Example
Below you will find the survey sample of what a complete Surveyor’s Real Property Report will resemble.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does SRPR stand for?
What will I get after my SRPR project?
Can I use a SRPR in court if my neighbor does not agree with the boundary?
Does a SRPR project include the marking of the property limit with stakes?
Will you do anything if you find that my neighbor's shed is over the property line?
What is the difference between a Surveyor’s Real Property Report (SRPR) and a Lot Line Staking?
How long is my survey valid for?
Can I use a SRPR if I am building?
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