Real Property Reports
Real estate transactions almost always require a current Real Property Report (RPR). An RPR is a legal document an Alberta Land Surveyor prepares. It’s basically a high level drawing of the property, the boundaries, and the buildings and structures on it, so buyers know exactly what they’re buying.
An RPR contains:
- legal description and municipal address of the property
- date of land title search and date RPR was done
- Certificate of Title (land title) number and names of registered owner(s)
- location and description of all buildings and structures (e.g. decks, fences) with dimensions, directions and distances from the property boundaries
- location and dimensions of any visible encroachments (i.e. buildings or