A treatise on the law of surveying and boundaries
This work offers a synopsis of the laws and court decisions relating to the survey and subdivision of public lands. Included are references to court decisions and statutes illustrating the points discussed. Among other topics covered are regulations promulgated by the Bureau of Land Management and the law pertaining to the retracement of original surveys.
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Chapter Page 1 How the Law of Surveying and Boundaries Developed in the United States
The Surveyor His Rights Duties Liabilities
Rights and Interests in Land
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