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OPTIONAL SURVEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS 
1. Monuments placed at all major corners of the boundary of the property.
2. Address(es) of subject property.
3. Flood zone classification.
4. Gross land area (and other areas if specified by the client).
5. Vertical relief, contour interval, datum, and originating benchmark identified.
6. Current zoning classification.
7. (a) Exterior dimensions of all buildings at ground level.
(b) Square footage of exterior footprint of all buildings.
(c) Measured height of all buildings above grade.
8. Substantial features observed in the process of conducting the survey such as parking lots, billboards, signs, swimming pools, landscaped areas, etc.
9. Striping, number and type of parking spaces in parking areas, lots and structures.
10. (a) Determination of the relationship and location of certain division or party walls.
(b) Determination of whether certain walls are plumb.
11. Location of utilities existing on or serving the surveyed property as determined by:
(a) Observed evidence.
(b) Observed evidence together with evidence from plans obtained from utility companies or provided by client, and markings by utility companies and other appropriate sources (with reference as to the source of information).
- Railroad tracks, spurs and sidings;
- Manholes, catch basins, valve vaults and other surface indications of subterranean uses;
- Wires and cables (including their function, if readily identifiable) crossing the surveyed property, and all poles on or within ten feet of the surveyed property. Without expressing a legal opinion as to the ownership or nature of the potential encroachment, the dimensions of all encroaching utility pole crossmembers or overhangs; and utility company installations on the surveyed property.
12. Governmental Agency survey-related requirements as specified by the client,
13. Names of adjoining owners of platted lands according to current public records.
14. Distance to the nearest intersecting street as specified by the client.
15. Rectified orthophotography, photogrammetric mapping, airborne/mobile laser scanning and other similar products.
16. Observed evidence of current earth moving work, building construction or building additions.
17. Proposed changes in street right of way lines, if information is available from the controlling jurisdiction. Observed evidence of recent street or sidewalk construction or repairs.
18. Observed evidence of site use as a solid waste dump, sump or sanitary landfill.
19. Location of wetland areas as delineated by appropriate authorities.
20. (a) Locate improvements within any offsite easements or servitudes benefitting the surveyed property that are disclosed in the Record Documents provided to the surveyor and that are observed in the process of conducting the survey (client to obtain necessary permissions).
(b) Monuments placed (or a reference monument or witness to the corner) at all major corners of any offsite easements or servitudes benefitting the surveyed property and disclosed in Record Documents provided to the surveyor (client to obtain necessary permissions).
21. Professional Liability Insurance policy obtained by the surveyor.
 Outlines have been edited to provide relevant portions in a limited space. Refer to the complete text of the ALTA/ACSM Standards for full meaning and context.