Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principles by Walter G. Robillard

By Walter G. Robillard

The re-creation of Brown's Boundary keep watch over and felony Principles has been up-to-date to mirror ongoing alterations in surveying expertise and surveying legislation, particularly via including water boundary professional George Cole as a contributor to redesign info on Riparian and Littorial obstacles. also, a brand new appendix has been brought containing a complete checklist of surveying books which have been referenced in complaints and criminal judgements as persuasive authority through the years. it truly is critical interpreting for college students and practicioners learning for the basics of Land Surveying licensure exam.

Chapter 1 historical past and idea of barriers (pages 1–34):
Chapter 2 How obstacles are Created (pages 35–52):
Chapter three possession, move, and outline of genuine estate and Accompanying Rights (pages 53–80):
Chapter four obstacles, legislation, and comparable Presumptions (pages 81–98):
Chapter five construction and Interpretation of Metes and limits and different Nonsectionalized Descriptions (pages 99–142):
Chapter 6 construction and Retracement of GLO barriers (pages 143–187):
Chapter 7 Federal and kingdom Nonsectionalized Land Surveys (pages 188–225):
Chapter eight finding Easements and Reversions (pages 226–251):
Chapter nine Riparian and Littoral barriers (pages 252–280):
Chapter 10 Retracing and “Resurveying” Sectionalized Lands (pages 281–336):
Chapter eleven finding Sequential Conveyances (pages 337–385):
Chapter 12 finding at the same time Created barriers (pages 386–435):
Chapter thirteen finding mix Descriptions and Conveyances (pages 436–461):
Chapter 14 position of The Surveyor (pages 462–477):
Chapter 15 The Ethics and ethical duties of Boundary construction and of Retracements (pages 478–487):

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The deed must describe correctly the interest conveyed and must comply with all the formalities required for the transfer of an interest in land. Easements may also be created by express reservation or exception in a deed of conveyance. By exception, the grantor is not conveying that which normally would be included and is retaining that which is being excepted. According to the general rule of law, when the owner of a tract of land conveys part of it to another, the owner is said to grant with it, by implication, all easements that are apparent and obvious and that are reasonably necessary for the fair enjoyment of the land granted.

2 1675 Map of Exmoor Forest, Devon. Note crosses at some corners. ) to America by early English surveyors, who used the same practice in their home country. An examination of early survey and mapping practices indicates that early English surveyors would cut a cross into the monument as protection or to indicate the bounds of a religious holding. 2). In all probability, these crosses were cut into the stone and then shown on maps in hopes that the Christian God would protect them as Terminus had protected Greek boundary stones.

Such boundaries, or natural objects, are discussed to some extent in subsequent chapters because many judges, attorneys, and surveyors misunderstand their significance as controlling elements in boundaries. Clients should expect surveyors to be expert measurers and collectors of data and evidence of boundaries. The work is not necessarily limited to land boundaries but could include boundaries above and below the surface of the Earth. In the event of a dispute, the surveyor’s purpose becomes that of presenting these measurements, and the evidence recovered, to the court and jury for their deliberation and consideration.

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