18 Surveys may be carried out to identify boundaries of
(1) A roads authority may cause surveys to be carried out to identify
the boundaries of a public road if those boundaries have not previously been
properly identified or if the survey marks used to identify those boundaries
cannot be located or ascertained.
(2) If the surveys are conducted on the application of a person other
than a public authority, the applicant is liable to pay to the roads authority
the costs incurred in carrying out the surveys.