Cadastral surveys establish legal boundaries and create official records of land parcels. Cadastral surveys are necessary for land administration, property ownership documentation, resolving boundary disputes, facilitating land development, and ensuring legal compliance.
Geo Point Surveyors specialize in carrying out cadastral surveys. Our team of experts ensures that property boundaries are accurately defined and recorded. They follow rigorous standards and also utilize state-of-the-art equipment to carry these surveys out.
Many of our clients ask questions about the difference between land surveys and cadastral surveys and when they need to be carried out. As experts, Geo Point Surveyors’ team can easily answer this question for their clients.
It is important to understand that Cadastral surveys and land surveys differ in their purpose.
A cadastral survey defines the legal boundaries of land parcels and creates official records of boundaries. When Geo Point Surveyors’ experts carry out this survey, they try to determine the spatial extent of individual parcels, mark boundaries on the ground, and create maps for the necessary legal documentation.
A land survey, on the other hand, encompasses various types of surveys related to land. Such as topography, engineering, construction, and resource exploration. While land surveys involve measurements and mapping, their primary focus is not on establishing legal boundaries and creating records.
Summarily, land surveys can be used for a variety of purposes, not limited to legal uses. On the other hand, Cadastral surveys have a specific legal and administrative focus that is essential for property-related matters.
At Geo Point Surveyors, we deliver quality and accuracy so that you can comply with documentation and legal matters with ease.
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