Clark on surveying and boundaries
Since 1922, generations of lawyers & surveyors have worked out the legal pitfalls of retracing original surveys & reestablishing lost & obliterated corners using the late Frank Emerson Clark's classic work A Treatise on the Law of Surveying & Boundaries. The Seventh Edition of Clark on Surveying & Boundaries maintains the proven, easy-to-use format of earlier editions while digesting the latest case law, regulations, & statutes. Cited in decision after decision, Clark on Surveying & Boundaries is recognized by surveyors & lawyers as the authoritative reference on surveying & subdividing public lands.
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Chapter Page 1 How the Law of Surveying and Boundaries Developed in the United States
The Surveyors Rights Duties Liabilities
Rights and Interests in Land
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