What is a Surveyor's Real Property Report?

A Surveryor's Real Property Report (RPR) is a legal document which illustrates the accurate size and placement of all current permanent above-grade buildings and structures (for example, a dwelling, accessory buildings, sheds, decks, fences, etc) and any registered easements (ex. gas lines, road widening, etc)  in relation to the real property boundaries (including their distances). Please see the Saskatchewan Land Surveys Association (SLSA) website for more information.

By legislation in Corman Park, only a Saskatchewan land surveyor can legally determine and mark-out property boundaries in Saskatchewan and prepare an RPR. The R.M. of Corman Park may release documented RPR's with the consent of the property owner, however, the RM cannot confirm if a provided RPR remains accurate to the subject property.

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