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Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471694479, Hardcover)Professional surveyors and many civil engineers must understand the laws of boundaries and the evidence necessary for efficient and accurate boundary determination. This new edition of the pre-eminent text/reference on the subject is brought completely up to date, with new material on the use of technology in surveying and its legal ramifications, the use of measurements as evidence, new case law examples throughout, new material on finding original evidence, and new exhibits help illustrate the concepts presented.
Key FeaturesUpdated throughout with new case law examples and exhibitsExpanded coverage of negligence and liability issuesNew material on how and when to locate original evidence to support findingsDetailed coverage of the use of technology in surveying and the impact technology has on the use of data as evidenceAdditional coverage of the use of measurements as evidenceDetailed coverage of all types of evidence: maps and documents; measurements; monuments and trees; and digital dataHow to report this evidence and use it in courtHow to conduct oneself in court, both as a defendant and as an expert witness
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The up-to-date, new edition of the classic reference. For over two decades, Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location has been the cornerstone volume for surveying practitioners. In its Fourth Edition, this book upholds its superior presentation of boundary laws and evidence, and now introduces significantly revised content covering current laws, legal procedures and practices, courtroom responsibilities, use of GPS and GIS data, and waterway boundaries. This current edition prepares surveyors for the new legal, technical, and administrative aspects of surveying. The first section of this.
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