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Another source is your mortgage company. Part of the closing requirements usually include the requirement to produce a plot plan. This may be found in your closing papers or with your mortgage company. There is no legal requirement to record or file plot plans. Please note some plot plans for mortgage surveys are "TAPED" surveys and may not be accurate enough for determining lot lines.
Subdivision plans made to create your lot, usually before the house is built. These plans are the same plans that are listed on your deed. This office has some, but not all, on file. The Barnstable County Registry of Deeds maintains the legal file of subdivision plans.
The Title 5 plans, showing the proposed septic system, have been required since 1973 and may be on file at the Board of Health Department.
Some street lights are privately owned and maintained. To confirm that the light in question is owned by the Town of Falmouth, please call Pine Ridge at (781)-246-5555. Have the nearest address or preferably, the pole number for the light.