Legal Boundary
The practice of cadastral surveying as defined by the Surveyors Act
means "…the advising on, reporting on, conducting or supervising the conduction of surveys to establish, locate, define or describe lines, boundaries or corners of parcels of land or land covered with water".

Cadastral surveys can only be performed by an
Ontario Land Surveyor.

Some types of cadastral surveys include:

    • Legal Boundary Surveys
    • Condominium Surveys
    • Plans of Survey
    • Topographical Surveys
    • Government Surveys
    • Surveyor's Real Property Reports
    • Township Retracement Surveys
    • Expropriation Surveys
    • Boundary Act Surveys
    • Subdivision Surveys
    • Area Certification
    • Construction Layout Surveys
    • Airport Surveys



Government Surveys
At Schaeffer Dzaldov Bennett Ltd., we pride ourselves on work for departments and agencies at all levels of government. With a wide range of projects, we are capable of satisfying the survey needs of any government agency and we look forward to many challenging new projects in the future.

Some types of Government Surveys include:

    • Legal Boundary Surveys
    • Geographic Information Systems
    • Geodetic Control Surveys
    • Route Surveys
    • Federal Government Work
    • Reference Plans
    • Expropriation Surveys