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Cadastral Surveys

          CADASTRAL SURVEYS are conducted to establish the exact location, boundaries, or subdivision of a tract of land in any specified area. This type of survey requires professional registration in all states. Presently, land surveys generally consist of the following chores:

Establishing markers or monuments to define and thereby preserve the boundaries of land belonging to a private concern, a corporation, or the government.

Relocating markers or monuments legally established by original surveys.

This requires examining previous survey records and retracing what was done. When some markers or monuments are missing, they are re -established following recognized procedures, using whatever information is available.

Rerunning old land survey lines to determine their lengths and directions. As a result of the high cost of land, old lines are premeasured to get more precise measurements.

Subdividing landed estates into parcels of predetermined sizes and shapes.

Calculating areas, distances, and directions and preparing the land map to portray the survey data so that it can be used as a permanent record