How a property survey could have prevented a pricey court judgment

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I am regularly surprised at how frequently a land survey is viewed as unnecessary when it could be considered the single most important document in a real estate transaction.

A survey was the focus of a court decision released last month in Brampton. It all started in April 2017, when Brian and Vintha Sankarsingh listed their home for sale for $649,900. Located on Massey Street in Brampton, the house sits on an irregular lot. The 120-foot-long lot has a frontage of 71.12 feet narrowing to 44.93 feet at the rear.

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