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ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey

  • Typically prepared for commercial or larger high end properties
  • Shows improvements (structures), easements, rights-of- way, and other elements impacting the ownership
  • Optional Item Requirements (click here to view Table A)
  • Prepared to meet the nationally recognized (click here to view ALTA/NSPS standards)
  • Certified to the buyer, seller, title company, and lender
  • Verifies boundary dimensions and parcel size
  • May be recorded with the county to become public record

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Land Survey Plat (LSP)

  • Shows only the boundary lines, easements and rights of way, no improvements (structures) are shown
  • Recovers or restores missing property corners
  • Meets the standards of (link to CRS 38-51- 106)
  • Verifies boundary dimensions and parcel size
  • A current title commitment may be required to shown easements affecting the property
  • May be recorded with the county to become public record

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Improvement Survey Plat (ISP)

  • Shows the location of all improvements (structures), visible utilities, easements, and rights of way
  • Recovers or restores missing property corners
  • Meets the standards of (link to CRS 38-51- 106)
  • Meets all the requirements of a land survey plat while providing information of all improvements located on the property
  • Shows visible encroachments on or within five feet of both sides of all boundaries
  • A current title commitment is required
  • May be recorded with the county to become public record

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Improvement Location Certificate (ILC)

  • An ILC is not a survey, but a certificate
  • Used in order for mortgage and/or title companies to have some assurance that the improvements to a property are not encroaching into an easement or beyond the deed lines
  • Does not set or recover property corners
  • Does not verify acreage or lot dimension
  • In most cases an ILC will be sufficient to show the relationship of the improvements to the deed lines
  • If the ILC uncovers issues of concern an improvement survey plat or land survey plat, to determine property line location, may be necessary
  • Meets the standards of (link to CRS 38-51- 105)

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Subdivision Plat

  • Divides land to create a new subdivision
  • Adjusts lot lines of an already existing subdivision
  • Eliminates or joins 2 or more lot
  • A current title commitment is required
  • Requires formal approval process with the governing municipality
  • Recorded with the county to become public record

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Condominium Map

  • Divides a building into individual units that can be bought and sold
  • Shows the improvements (structures) and the measured interior of the units
  • General common elements are areas of common ownership, such as hallways and staircases
  • Limited Common Elements are areas available for individual use, such as a deck, storage locker or parking space
  • Shows the areas and volumes (airspace) of the interior General Common Elements and Limited Common Elements
  • Recorded with the county to become public record

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