How to Define Real Property Survey Coordinates?

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To define real property survey coordinates, check real property sizes through construction outlines, blueprints and deeds, note the coordinate location comprising of longitude and latitude points, and then make a schedule of coordinates comprising of information on where the markers have been founded for the property boundary as well as what type of marker was used. Route survey is a survey for the design and construction of linear works, such as roads and pipelines.
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route survey
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1.
a survey for determining the route, grades, etc., of a railroad, highway, or power line.
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