Boundary Surveys

According to the Louisiana Administrative Code, a (Property) Boundary Survey is a survey, which after careful study, investigation, and evaluation of major factors influencing the location of boundaries, results in the deliberate location or relocation of the ground of one or more boundaries.  The primary purpose of this survey is to locate or relocate the physical position and extent of the boundaries of real property, and the discovery of visible evidence of prescriptive rights related thereto.  A boundary survey may also include the location or relocation of the physical position and extent of political boundaries which define the perimeters of public or private ownership.  In addition, the property boundary survey is a means of marking property or boundary lines for sufficient definition and identification to uniquely locate each lot, parcel, or tract in relation to other well-recognized and established points of reference, adjoining properties and rights of-ways.

RW Krebs & Associates, LLC provides Boundary Surveys in the following locations:

East Baton Rouge Parish, Livingston Parish, Ascension Parish, Tangipahoa Parish – Baton Rouge, Denham Springs, Walker, City of Central, Zachary, Prairieville, Gonzales, and Hammond.

Sample Residential Boundary Survey

Sample Boundary Survey from Richmond W Krebs and Associates Land Surveying