Investigative Survey:


A service performed by a registered surveyor to investigate the effect of certain circumstances on the health, welfare, environment or properties of an individual or of the public.  Such circumstances, without limitation, may include serious accidents, natural disasters, or substantiation of certain facts or theories in respect to litigation, planning or studies.  An investigative survey is not intended as a boundary survey, although some boundaries will likely need to be defined.

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