Clark on Surveying and Boundaries with Current Supplement

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LexisNexis, Dec 4, 2013 - Law - 1248 pages
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Since 1922, generations of lawyers and surveyors have worked out the legal pitfalls of retracing original surveys and reestablishing lost and obliterated corners using the late Frank Emerson Clark's classic work A Treatise on the Law of Surveying and Boundaries. The Seventh Edition of Clark on Surveying and Boundaries maintains the proven, easy-to-use format of earlier editions while digesting the latest case law, regulations, and statutes. Cited in decision after decision, Clark on Surveying and Boundaries is recognized by surveyors and lawyers as the authoritative reference on surveying and subdividing public lands.
 

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Contents

HOW THE LAW OF SURVEYING
THE SURVEYORS RIGHTS DUTIES
RIGHTS AND INTERESTS IN LAND
LAND SURVEYING
LAND IN STATES OTHER THAN
THE MEANINGS OF WORDS
MONUMENTATION OF SURVEYS
AGREEMENTS AND OTHER DOCTRINES
RIPARIAN RIGHTS
boundary
SURVEYING WATER BOUNDARIES
DEDICATION
EASEMENTS AND OTHER ACCESS
RESURVEYS
DISCUSSION OF SELECTED CASE
CURRENT SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY

MAPS PLATS AND PLATTING
MAPS PLATS AND PLATTING

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