469. A formal notice for the determination of boundaries must set out the demand and the reasons for it, without any reference to disturbances, damage or other claims. It must describe the immovables concerned and include the name and contact information of the land surveyor proposed to perform the operations.
If, following the formal notice, the owners agree to a boundary determination and on the choice of a land surveyor, they record their agreement in a document stating the reasons for the boundary determination, describing the immovables concerned and identifying the land surveyor.
In the absence of an agreement, the person who gave the formal notice may ask the court to rule on the right to a boundary determination or to designate a land surveyor.
2014, c. 1, a. 469; I.N. 2016-12-01.