Errors and omissions insurance.Urban or rural property survey. Location survey for mortgage purposes. Subdivision survey, when dividing a parcel of land into two or more parcels, as required by stature. Topographic survey, to determine the physical features of the land and man made improvements thereon. Construction layout survey for buildings and public utilities. Right-of-way surveys for highways and public utilities. Land title survey, when there is a question brought up by your Title Co. regarding boundaries or encroachments. You should always have an up-to-date survey made whenever buying or selling any parcel of land, to be sure the deed properly describes and conveys all of the land you are buying or selling. When there is a question pertaining to possible encroachments on the property. When you are uncertain of the amount of land your are being assessed for. When there is a question brought up by your Title Co. regarding your boundaries or possible encroachments.