Land Survey Records Online

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Do you need a copy of your land survey record? Many people think that obtaining a copy of their land survey record, or Surveyor’s Real Property Report, will be a complex process requiring long waits or a great deal of paperwork. In fact, obtaining a copy of your official survey has never been easier. The organization Protect Your Boundaries has made available more than one million GTA land survey records online.

Contact Protect Your Boundaries today and get a copy of your official survey. If the existing survey for your property is outdated or in an obsolete format, PYB can also help: the organization will help you find a licensed surveyor who can create a new and up-to-date Surveyor’s Real Property Report. A surveyor can also place markers at the corners of your property to show exactly where the property line falls.

Whether you’re planning to build, refinance, buy or sell, know all the facts! Contact Protect Your Boundaries today.
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Land Survey Records Online

In the 21st century, many of the processes that used to take a lot of time and effort have been streamlined. While obtaining a copy of your land survey record used to involve travelling to a municipal building and standing in line, it’s now a very simple online process.
The organization Protect Your Boundaries makes more than one million GTA property surveys available to homeowners simply and quickly.

Why Do I Need a Property Survey?


Reasons for obtaining a property survey include buying or selling a home, refinancing a property or tax reassessment. And, of course, you should always consult an accurate Surveyor’s Real Property Report or SRPR before building a fence or structure, tearing one down or adding an extension to your home.


You may also want a survey if you suspect that one of your neighbours is building too close to the property line. Having the facts in hand can help to stop issues before they arise, or to resolve problems.

Neighbour Disputes


In any dispute with a neighbour, remember to remain calm. Never attempt to remove an encroachment from your property. Most times, presenting a neighbour with a copy of your online land survey record can prevent or halt construction of an encroaching structure. Another alternative is to hire a licensed surveyor to stake out your property boundaries demonstrating the exact location of the property line.


Protect Your Boundaries Inc. is a licensed member of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, and is entitled to provide cadastral surveying services to the public of the Province of Ontario in accordance with the provisions of the Surveyors Act R.S.O. 1990, Chapter S29.

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