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No. If your property is a lot in a subdivision we can provide a copy of the recorded subdivision map which will show easements created by that map and other easements affecting the property at that time; however, there is no reason to assume that other easements have not been created since. A title company insurance policy or preliminary title report is the best source of disclosing things such as easements affecting a particular property.
You will have to hire a surveyor to determine where the property boundaries. You can also request the official filed map of the survey that provided a surveyor's opinion of your shared boundary line. Visit the Public Works Maps & Records webpage for more information about maps and records.
Any such obstructions will be removed as necessary for maintenance and access purposes and will not be repaired or replaced (Title 0; 914-14.010).