Boundary Retracement (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
474
Utgivningsdatum
2017-02-21
Förlag
Productivity Press
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 47 Illustrations 19 Line drawings, black and white 28 Halftones black and white
Illustrationer
19 Line drawings, black and white; 28 Halftones, black and white; 47 Illustrations, black and white
Dimensioner
234 x 158 x 31 mm
Vikt
861 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
52:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781498727105
Boundary Retracement (inbunden)

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Processes and Procedures

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The survey and the transference are the distinctive and operative acts in the transmission of real property and, where they differ from each other, one must of necessity control the other. This book addresses the aforementioned concepts by external explanations in order to understand the discrepancies between them. It also helps to avoid expensive and wasteful litigation over boundaries that were previously not in conflict. The text offers an extensive review of the law for boundary retracement and cites numerous case examples.
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"Mr. Wilson has done an excellent job of explaining the complexities and challenges associated with land boundaries and the related art and science of land surveying. His thoughtful inclusion of pertinent case law follows a logical pattern and his ability to extract key points, is a talent and a lost art. This book should be mandatory reading for all surveyors and anyone dependent on land surveyors such as attorneys, engineers, title authorities, governmental agencies, and state testing authorities." - Michael Pallamary, The American Surveyor Magazine, Frederick, Maryland, USA "Don Wilson is one of the most respected professional surveyors in the United States. His well-researched book Boundary Retracement: Processes and Procedures is a valuable contribution to the knowledge base of boundary retracement and a tremendous new resource for the surveying profession." - Gary R. Kent, The Schneider Corporation, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA "Mr. Wilson's latest work will be a major new resource for land use professionals. The age-old concept of 'original footsteps' is linked to detailed analysis of the many methods by which they may be established. Original survey procedures and principles are considered along with best practices for retracement. This volume also includes in-depth discussion of the various elements found in property descriptions or on survey maps. Mr. Wilson includes strategies for evaluating written title documents, and legitimate methods of resolving overlaps or inconsistencies in the written record." - Kristopher M. Kline, 2Point, Inc., Alexander, North Carolina, USA "Don Wilson, in his customary manner, has tackled a fundamental tenant of our land surveying profession with keen understanding and exemplary explanation. Beginning surveyors, experienced surveyors, attorneys and title experts will be enlightened and further educated as they read and ponder the advice, and case law supported examples, presented in this latest writing by Don. This textbook is a welcome addition to our land surveying library of references and a must have for all land surveyors." - John "Steve" Parrish, PLS, CFedS, Sparks, Nevada, USA

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Donald A. Wilson is affiliated with Land and Boundary Consultants, Inc. of New Hampshire, USA.

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Preface Author The Concept. Principles of Retracement Conditions for the Rule to Apply Title Issues. Definitions When There Is Ambiguity? The Void Instrument Corners, Lines, and Surveys. Types of Corners and Their Definitions Types of Lines True Line Types of Surveys Other Categories of Survey What If There Are No Actual "Footsteps?" Early Curt Decision Not limited to Public Land Survey States Early Guidance in Textbook Protracted Boundaries. Definition Protraction outside the PLSS What to Do about Protracted Lines Types of Protractions Lines from Other Surveys The Unmarked Line Guidance Protraction in the PLSS Additional Footsteps Which Set of Footsteps Is Which? Wrong Set of Footsteps Who Left the Footsteps? Learning from Field Notes Admissibility of Field Notes Discrepancy between Field Notes and Plat Passing Calls Principles Concerning Field Notes Misleading Evidence in Field Notes Ambiguity in the Field Notes Figures, Numbers, and Symbols. Types of Survey Problems with Directions By the Needle Definition of Course Which Meridian Type of Compass Used Declination Impact on Successful Corner Location Local Attraction Directions Given in Reverse Order Problems with Distances Actual Survey versus Paper Survey Problems with Mathematics Resolving/Reconciling Errors. Land Surveying as an Art Errors in Measurements Errors Discrepancies Errors of Closure Random Errors Index Errors Personal Errors Natural Errors Systematic Errors Accidental Errors Computational Errors Mistakes Total Error Reliability Lower Precision Surveys Measure of Precision Errors in the Collection of Data Errors in Reporting Data Words from the Courts Summary of the View by the Courts on the Subject of Surveys and Their Errors The Early Surveys in Hawaii Course and Distance in Perspective Recognizing What Was Left Behind. Evidence Tree Names Blazed Tree Witness Trees Scribe Marks Tree Rings Wooden Posts Wooden Stakes and Their Remains Stake and Stones Pits and Mounds Other Witnesses Bearing Trees and Bearing Objects Memorials Mounds of Stone Pits Accessories to Special-Purpose Monuments Boundary Agreements. Statute Law in New Hampshire Adverse Possession Acquiescence Establishment of Boundary by Acquiescence Estoppel Parol Agreement Effect of Statute of Frauds Necessity for Uncertainty or Dispute as to Location of Boundary Agreement upon a Definite Line Practical Location of Boundary Statute of Frauds Not Meeting the Basic Requirement Consentable Lines Conditional Lines Recognition and Acquiescence Proper Procedure. Procedure. Government Procedure, Manual of Surveying Instructions. The Ideal Line. The Lost Corner. What If the Corner Is Truly Gone? Procedure Parol Evidence and Reputation Newly Discovered Evidence Not Getting It Right Only Invites Future Problems. Nonfederal Rectangular Surveys. Beginnings in the New World Division by Half Division by Area Idiosyncrasies within the System Bounding Descriptions Proprietors' Records Other States Kentucky: The Jackson Purchase Tennessee Surveyors Districts The French System of Longlots Louisiana Texas Longlots in Other Areas Lottings in Georgia Military Grants Special Grants In Summary Resolving Overlapping Grants. Seniority of Title Recent Decisions Opinion Forensic Applications. Definition The Value of Historical Knowledge and Research The Value of a Complete and Thorough Investigation Modern Tools What Forensic Science Can Do Outside of the Criminal Environment References Appendix 1: List of Significant Cases on Following Footsteps, by State Appendix 2: Lost Corners, by State Final Thoughts Table of Authorities