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Plane Surveying for Use in the Classroom and Field - Page 444
by William G. Raymond - 1914 - 589 pages
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The Theory and Practice of Surveying: Designed for the Use of Surveyors and ...

John Butler Johnson - Surveying - 1880 - 703 pages
...have cultivated and claimed up to it. McNamara vs. Seaton, 82 111. Reports, 498; Bunce vs. Bidwcll, 43 Mich. Reports, 542. Public policy requires that...that the same authority that makes him an officer and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle their own boundary lines, and considers...
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The Theory and Practice of Surveying: Designed for the Use of Surveyors and ...

John Butler Johnson - Surveying - 1895 - 754 pages
...been said can require a surveyor to conceal his own judgment, or to report the facts one way when lie believes them to be another. He has no right to mislead,...him, and who might otherwise be misled, that the same authoiity that makes him an officer and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle...
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The theory and practice of surveying: designed for the use of surveyors and ...

John Butler Johnson - Technology & Engineering - 1886 - 730 pages
...acquiescence has fixed the rights of parties as if it were at another. But he would do mischief if he we^e to attempt to "establish" monuments which he knew...that the same authority that makes him an officer and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle their own boundary lines, and considers...
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The theory and practice of surveying: designed for the use of surveyors and ...

John Butler Johnson - Surveying - 1886 - 731 pages
...were at another. But he would do mischief if he were to attempt to "establish" monuments which lie knew would tend to disturb settled rights; the farthest...that the same authority that makes him an officer and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle their own boundary lines, and considers...
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A Manual of Land Surveying: Comprising an Elementary Course of Practice with ...

Charles Fitzroy Bellows, Francis Hodgman - Surveying - 1886 - 464 pages
...another. But he would do mischief if he were to attempt to "establish" monuments which he knew would tenil to disturb settled rights; the farthest he has a right to go, as an officer of the law, is to express hia opinion where the monument should be, at the same time that he imparts the information to those...
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A treatise on plane surveying

Daniel Carhart - History - 1888 - 498 pages
...their boundary, and all concerned have cultivated and claimed up to it. McNamara v. Seaton, 82 HI. Reports, 498 ; Bunce v. Bidwell, 43 Mich. Reports,...the same authority that makes him an officer, and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle their own boundary lines, and considers...
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A Treatise on Plane Surveying

Daniel Carhart - Surveying - 1888 - 498 pages
...their boundary, and all concerned have cultivated and claimed up to it. McNamara v. Seaton, 82 111. Reports, 498; Bunce v. Bidwell, 43 Mich. Reports,...him, and who might otherwise be misled, that the same anthority that makes him an officer, and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle...
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A treatise on plane surveying

Daniel Carhart - History - 1888 - 498 pages
...claimed up to it. McNamara v. Seaton, 82 HI. Reports, 498 ; Bunce v. Bidwell, 43 Mich. Reports, 642. Public policy requires that such lines be not lightly...the same authority that makes him an officer, and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle their own boundary lines, and considers...
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A manual of land surveying: comprising an elementary course of practice with ...

Francis Hodgman, Charles Fitzroy Bellows - Technology & Engineering - 1891 - 480 pages
...lightly disturbed, or disturbed at all after the lapse of any considerable time. The litigant, theretore, who in such a case pins his faith on the surveyor,...imparts the information to those who employ him, and who mignt otherwise be misled, that the same authority that makes him an officer and entrusts him to make...
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A Treatise on Plane Surveying

Daniel Carhart - Surveying - 1893 - 498 pages
...up to it. McNamara v. Seaton, 82 HI. Reports, 498; Bunce v. Bidwell, 43 Mich. Reports, .542. 1'ublic policy requires that such lines be not lightly disturbed...him, and who might otherwise be misled, that the same anthority that makes him an officer, and entrusts him to make surveys, also allows parties to settle...
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