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Ground Verification

Now that you have the map, and you have confirmed that the seller is the genuine owner of the land, you will need to do a ground verification. What this means is that you need to actually go and see the land for yourself.

For this step, it would be great to carry a tape measure so that you can confirm the actual dimensions of the land. A surveyor will charge about Ksh 1,000 for every beacon.

When out in the field make sure that all those bordering the land are in agreement with the boundaries.

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