A PERSON generally has few occasions to consult a Land Surveyor. Since such consultation is so infrequent, the average person is not aware of the logical steps to be followed when selecting a Surveyor.
In general, a boundary survey should be made:
• Before the purchase of real property
• When dividing a parcel of land for sale
• When adjusting existing parcel boundaries
[In conformance with state laws and local ordinances.]
• In cases of property line disputes
• Prior to the construction of any improvement on the property in which you have an interest
Remember, the services of using a surveyor Now will cost less in time, worry, and money than the cost of moving improvements or defending a lawsuit later.