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  • 335 (1) In making the survey the surveyor must re-establish as nearly as possible the existing survey, but the surveyor may depart from existing boundaries in order to establish boundaries in agreement with occupation and improvements.
  • (2) The surveyor must endeavour to make adjustments that will reduce the total amount of compensation to a minimum and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing provisions, the surveyor may in particular distribute any shortage in area within a block or group of parcels, having regard to occupation and improvements, and may similarly allot a surplus to a registered owner willing to pay compensation, or create a separate parcel to be disposed of for the reduction of the cost and expenses of the survey.