Real Property Reports - Rules of Practice for Lawyers

Purpose: This bulletin explains the recommended rules of practice for Alberta lawyers with respect to the provision and handling of Real Property Reports in real estate transactions.

This bulletin applies to all industry professionals.

The Real Property Report (RPRs) is a legal document prepared by an Alberta Land Surveyor that illustrates property boundaries and improvements (structures) relative to the boundaries. RPRs are important to buyers and sellers when buying or selling an exclusive right to land.

Canadian Bar Association RPR Rules of Practice
These Rules include:

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