For a Professional Cadastre
For this type of land-surveying operation, contractors in Montérégie, the Eastern Townships and Greater Montreal come to us for our unbeatable service.
At Denicourt Arpenteurs-Géomètres Inc., we develop layout plans and treat cadastral matters thoroughly. What’s more, we ensure timely delivery to make sure your project is completed a quickly as possible.
Creating a Horizontal Cadastre Plan with Precision
In most cases, the horizontal cadastral plan is used to officially associate each parcel of land with a unique lot number. It is produced following a subdivision, when approval has been obtained from varies bodies.
Attributing Lot Numbers to Co-Owned Properties
Achieving a vertical cadastre plan is a complex operation that should remain in the hands of an expert land surveyor who is aware of the applicable norms and laws. At Denicourt Arpenteurs-Géomètres Inc., we have a wealth of experience and have been renowned for our credibility for many years.
The vertical cadastre is a land-surveying operation used by contractors who build condominiums. The land survey must attribute a different lot number to each individual property within a building containing stacked dwellings (apartments on different stories) and to the building’s common areas.
A vertical cadastre is used when registering a newly constructed building or when converting an existing building into a shared dwelling. During this operation, the land surveyor produces a detailed plan of the building that includes:
- Full measurements
- Total surface area
Lot numbers are attributed and plans and documents are produced. These are then registered with the cadastre service and a real estate file is opened at the Land Registry of Quebec for each and every lot created.
To learn more about the different types of vertical cadastres, visit the Land-Surveying Registry Information page published on the Quebec Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources’ website.
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