The present Regulation is made under the Land Surveyors Act. For the purpose of this Regulation, unless otherwise indicated by the context, “immovable property” means an immovable such as a parcel of land with or without a building, superficies, an immovable held in divided co-ownership or a private portion of an immovable held in divided co-ownership. Section 2 establishes that the location certificate is a document en minute, consisting of a report and a plan, stating the land surveyor's opinion on the current situation and state of immovable property in relation to ownership titles, the cadastre and the laws, regulations and by-laws which may affect it. It may not be used or invoked for purposes other than those for which it is intended. The text consists of 18 sections divided into 5 Divisions as follows: General (I); Operations (II); Report (III); Plan (IV); Transitional (IV).
Implements: Land Surveyors Act (R.S.Q., c. A-23). (2016-11-01)
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Government of Quebec (Canada)
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