Boundary survey refers to the form of land survey that utilizes property record research and field research to accurately establish, reestablish or recover the perimeter and property corners of a property. It includes accurately determining the legal limits of a piece of land. Conducting a boundary survey begins by researching the piece of land based on the public records. The process then proceeds into interviews with the owner of the parcel of land as well as the owners of the adjacent parcels of land. The interviews allow the professional land surveyors to find evidence and information on the title deeds, evidence of parole, and unrecorded plats to help determine the analysis of the boundary. The next step is taking field measurements with as high accuracy as possible using monuments present at the property corners. The final step includes comparing the research data and the field data to determine the final boundary location and writing the survey reports.