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A Compliance Certificate is confirmation of location of building(s) on the site comply with the requirements of the Town of Drayton Valley’s Land Use Bylaw. It does not regulate or enforce any building code requirements. A Compliance Certificate is usually required by lending agencies in the sale of property and/or mortgage approval in order to protect their client’s investments. The Town does not require you to get a Compliance Certificate.
In order to receive a Compliance Certificate, three copies of a Real Property Report, done by an Alberta Land Surveyor, must be submitted to the Town. The Development Officer issues these certificates provided that all building and development permits have been issued. As-built permits will be required for any development that was not previously approved and is included under the above requirements. Please note that the Town will not accept Real Property Reports older than 10 years. Real Property Reports older than six months will require a Statutory Declaration, stating that there have been no changes to the property as shown. A Statutory Declaration can be obtained by any Law Office.
To obtain a Real Property Report, you may contact a surveying company of your choice, or by contacting the local surveying company Precision Geomatics Inc. at (780) 542-5252.