A Real Property Report is prepared by an accredited Alberta
Land Surveyor and is comprised of a legal survey of a parcel of real
estate, a printed representation of the registered legal title of that
parcel of real estate, and the certification and opinion of the accredited
Alberta Land Surveyor who prepared the Real Property Report.
The survey portion of the Real Property Report will show where the property
lines are located, the location of improvements within the survey area
(e.g. buildings, decks, patios, hot tubs, fences, etc.) and the location
of identifiable third party interests and rights-of-way within the survey
The printed representation of the registered legal title will identify
all of the registered interests in the property and registered agreements
concerning the property, including registered rights-of-way and encroachment
agreements on the date that it is searched.
The certification and opinion of the accredited Alberta Land Surveyor
who prepared the Real Property Report will include a certification that
the Real Property Report accurately reflects the state of the property
at the time of the legal survey in accordance with the Alberta Land
Surveyors’ Manual of Standard Practice, as well as the written
opinion of the Surveyor with respect to any issues concerning the legal
survey such as encroachments.
The general opinions expressed herein are for information
purposes only and are not to be relied on. Individuals are encouraged
to seek legal advice as it relates to their specific fact scenario to
ensure they are fully aware of their legal rights and obligations.