Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principles / Edition 5by Walter G. Robillard, Donald A. Wilson, Curtis M. Brown, Donald S. Wilson
Pub. Date: 05/09/2003
This new edition of Brown’s Boundary Control and Legal Principles–the classic surveying and land law reference–is significantly revised to reflect the latest advances in the field, while providing new insights into the historic basis for boundary determinations. It addresses new changes to laws of boundary evidence; locating easements and reversions; and ownership, transfer, and description of real property. The latest information on the technologies advancing boundary law is covered, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and their impact on surveying measurements. A wealth of case studies on federal and state nonsectionalized land surveys demonstrates real-world examples of covered material.
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Table of Contents
1. History and the Concept of Boundaries.
2. How Boundaries are Created.
3. Ownership, Transfer, and Description of Real Property.
4. Boundaries, Law, and Presumptions.
5. Creation of Metes and Bounds and Nonsectionalized Descriptions.
6. Creation of Glo Boundaries.
7. Federal and State Nonsectionalized Land Surveys.
8. Locating Easements and Reversions.
9. Riparian and Littoral Boundaries.
10. Resurveying and Retracing Sectionalized Lands.
11. Locating Sequential Conveyances.
12. Locating Simultaneously Created Boundaries.
13. Locating Combination Descriptions and Conveyances.
14. Role of the Surveyor.
Glossary of Terms.
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