Underlying and adjacent property lot fabric must be shown on all legal surveys; pre-existing reference plan "part" outlines are also depicted. This underlying information is typically represented on the survey plan using different lines styles, often as dashed lines, to differentiate underlying plan information from newly surveyed information. In some cases, different line styles are also used to differentiate between two distinct underlying plans used. Lines are drawn to scale.
Shows the diagrammatic relationship between this property, as surveyed, to the underlying lot fabric.
Why is this important?
Shows property in relation to the legal land framework on which it sits.