What is Deslinde?

Solar39

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What is deslinde? How does one go about getting one? How much does it cost to get one? Is it the same in all the Republic, or is it different by Province?
 

CDNBear

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Understanding Deslinde:

A deslinde is an important step in determining the space of a property. It is more official than a regular survey, as the results are determined by the Land Court and state the property's physical space. The deslinde process involves several steps:

a) A legal survey date needs to be set up with a certified office. This appointment should be made by the landowner.

b) The Land Court must be brought in by the survey office to authorize their results.

c) The survey office takes their authorized plot plan to be approved by the Land Court. They must go to the General Surveyor's Section and their plan must include GPS codes.

d) The owner must first authorize the plot plan himself by attaching a letter stating that the information is true.

e) The plan will either be approved or rejected by the General Surveyor's Section.

f) Once the plot plan has been approved, a new authorization is issued by the Land Court. This authorization demands that a new title be issued by the Registrar of Titles.

g) The land owner is issued a new title to the freshly surveyed property.


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AlterEgo

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We did get a deslinde on our house and 6 tareas surrounding it last year. It look us a long time, 3-4 years. I think it ended up costing about $3000. Now we’re trying to get the other adjacent 9 tareas deslinded, what a fiasco. We’re missing one-half a tarea
 
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Solar39

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Understanding Deslinde:

A deslinde is an important step in determining the space of a property. It is more official than a regular survey, as the results are determined by the Land Court and state the property's physical space. The deslinde process involves several steps:

a) A legal survey date needs to be set up with a certified office. This appointment should be made by the landowner.

b) The Land Court must be brought in by the survey office to authorize their results.

c) The survey office takes their authorized plot plan to be approved by the Land Court. They must go to the General Surveyor's Section and their plan must include GPS codes.

d) The owner must first authorize the plot plan himself by attaching a letter stating that the information is true.

e) The plan will either be approved or rejected by the General Surveyor's Section.

f) Once the plot plan has been approved, a new authorization is issued by the Land Court. This authorization demands that a new title be issued by the Registrar of Titles.

g) The land owner is issued a new title to the freshly surveyed property.


Some answers can be found below
This is excellent, thank you for your response.
 

Solar39

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Dec 13, 2010
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We did get a deslinde on our house and 6 tareas surrounding it last year. It look us a long time, 3-4 years. I think it ended up costing about $3000. Now we’re trying to get the other adjacent 9 tareas deslinded, what a fiasco. We’re missing one-half a tarea
Thank you!