ALTA means American Land Title Association. This type of survey shows the boundary and location of improvements, which includes fences, utility lines & easements or any structures constructed within the land. Considered as one of the most detailed surveys, the costs can be quite significant too, considering the work civil engineers put on it. Title…
A better basic understanding of just what a surveyor does and does not do can make the difference between complete service and unsatisfactory results.
You can use your boundary lines to determine where you can legally place your structure and avoid lawsuits.
A property boundary survey is a document prepared by a professional land surveyor Utah. A land surveyor with the right equipment, skills and knowledge can tell at any time if the stakes on your property lines were correctly measured for you.
Ludlow Engineering employs civil engineers to do both tasks of land surveying and civil engineering. We are familiar and are aware about how crucial surveying work is when staking out a piece of land.
The Ludlow Engineers can do this for you. This task can be specifically requested during the land survey. A good place to start is hiring a civil engineer to conduct a land survey and research of public records of the land history.
When there is boundary uncertainty, conflicts and disputes follow. This is how it starts. Land surveyors Utah locate old boundaries and reconcile them with the description of the land title.
Most land disputes look to land surveyors Utah to determine who owns what rights. Land surveyors, licensed by the state government, perform and offer a variety of services related to the boundaries of land ownership based on actual land measurements.
A land surveyor Utah can assist you by reviewing the property description and the property line markers. The official boundaries of the land are usually completed using the past survey including research about the history of the land in addition to the new land survey.
The maps and documents are legally binding and can be presented in a courtroom setting. It is our intention to keep things as simple as possible, but for your own convenience, we perform additional research when necessary!