This is to provide an indication of the means, other than street address, by which the property has been identified. The Valuer should, where possible, sight a cadastral map (in the ACT a block and section map), deposited/registered/strata or unit plan, survey plan or other document. Property identification by confirmation of lot and plan/section number and/or reference to physical features such as cross streets, public reserves or other features is required. Where no such means other than street address has been used, the valuer should indicate "identification not confirmed".

Valuers are not normally experts in survey matters and therefore no part of the report should be construed as a survey report. If the valuer's inspection indicates there is a reasonable possibility of any encroachment over easements or boundaries, it would be appropriate for the valuer to recommend a survey report to clarify the issue.