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Subdivision can be a lucrative but also very complicated process that can require the services of several consultants. It is also likely to require a developer to comply with conditions imposed by authorities such as Council, Service Authorities and others.

An occupation certificate can be issued by Council or a private certifier. Before issuing an occupation certificate a certifying authority will often require an identification survey be prepared by a Registered Surveyor. This kind of survey is often referred to as an ident survey. An ident survey for an occupation certificate depicts the relationship between the boundaries of the land and the new building; it is used by the certifying authority to establish whether or not the new building has been built in its approved location.

A boundary pegout survey involves the placement of a physical mark or marks at the corner or along the boundary line of a parcel of land. When combined with a sketch plan prepared by a Registered Surveyor this kind of survey provides a property owner with tangible evidence of where their land begins and ends. A boundary pegout survey can be used for a variety of reasons which include determining where a new fence or wall should be erected.

When buying or selling property many people will arrange to have a Registered Surveyor prepare an Identification Survey Report, often referred to as an Ident Survey. Such a report can be included as part of a contract of sale and may be insisted on by a lending authority such as a bank offering to provide a mortgage on a property.

Most proposals to construct a new building or extend an existing one require a Development Application be submitted to Council. This kind of application is often referred to as a DA. Proposals such as these typically involve several steps.

A boundary pegout survey involves the placement of a physical mark or marks on the corner or the boundary lines of a parcel of land. When combined with a sketch plan, prepared by a Registered Surveyor, this kind of survey provides a property owner with tangible evidence of where their land begins and ends. A boundary pegout survey can be used for a variety of reasons ranging between attempting to resolve a boundary dispute to determining where a new fence or wall should be erected.

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