Certificate of location

The certificate of location is a document consisting of a minute, a plan and a report, in which the land-surveyor gives his opinion on the property situation and condition in respect to the deeds, the cadastre, as well as the laws and by-laws affecting it. The certificate of location cannot be used for any other reason other than the one it was destined for.

This document is often asked for by the legal advisor (notary, lawer), the bank, the municipality for permit emission, the buyer or the seller of a property.

In general practice, the seller is bound to provide a certificate of location to date to the buyer in order to confirm the legal well being of the property and that it is conform in relation to the different legal entities that can be affected (laws, by-laws, servitudes, etc…)

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