Survey Inspections, Re-dates
An inspection by a surveyor based upon the Town tax maps, the current deed to the property, flood maps, subdivision plans (if applicable), and any other knowledge the surveyor happens to have about the parcel. The surveyor then visits the site and prepares a sketch of the property based upon this cumulative information.
What It Is NOT:
An MLI is NOT a full boundary survey. The surveyor does not inspect the title history to the parcel. The surveyor does not inspect the deeds and title histories of the neighboring parcels of land and adjacent roads and streets. An MLI is not performed on vacant land, since its primary focus is to check locations of buildings.