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



Surveyor's Real Property Reports
A Surveyor's Real Property Report (SRPR) is a legal document
that clearly illustrates the location of all visible public or private
improvements relative to the property boundary. When dealing
with the sale or purchase of a property the SRPR can be used as
an accurate representation of the property.