Legal Surveys

Legal surveys are critical in providing important details about the land in question for real estate transactions or property redevelopment. By legislation legal surveys such as Surveyor’s Real Property Reports and Reference Plans can only be prepared by an Ontario Land Surveyor.

A Surveyor’s Real Property Report (SRPR) is a two-part document consisting of a drawing of the location (Plan of Survey) and a written report. The report highlights any physical features that denote possession, such as fences, walls, hedges, buildings or any other improvements relative to the parcel’s boundaries.

Reference Plans are used to describe the ownership and other rights or easements of a parcel of land. Boundaries and other features like rights-of-way, and anything else that may affect title are included. Reference plans may be used to clarify title, sever the land, describe an easement or apply to improve quality of title.

Our Projects

25 Liberty Street

Rouse Surveyors have completed a Surveyor’s Real Property Report, topographic survey, 3-D laser scans and reference plans for this project.

Finch West Light Rail Transit

For this project we used the Amberg rail trolley and precise total station technology to deliver rail geometry reports for rail tamping and rail adjustments.

Pioneer Village Station

Between 2013 and 2018 Rouse Surveyors performed all construction services.

In Need of a Legal Survey?

Are you looking to have a Legal Survey completed? Request a quote today and a member of our team will be in touch.