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Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principlesby Walter G. Robillard
Synopses & Reviews
The classic reference, expanded and updated to include the latest technologies and laws
This new edition of Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principles—the classic reference to boundary law for property surveying—has been updated and expanded to reflect ongoing changes in surveying technology and surveying law.
Professional surveying practices continue to evolve, and this Seventh Edition includes all the necessary information to navigate the complex, evolving area of boundary law. Improving upon its usefulness for both professionals and students alike, this Seventh Edition features:
This must-have reference to surveying and geodesy features a wealth of case studies on federal and state nonsectionalized land surveys demonstrating real-world examples of covered material. Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principles, Seventh Edition is an essential reference tool for professional surveyors studying for state surveying licensing, students, and attorneys in real estate and land law.
The new edition of Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principles has been updated to reflect ongoing changes in surveying technology and surveying law, notably by adding water boundary expert George Cole as a contributor to revamp information on Riparian and Littorial Boundaries. Additionally, a new appendix has been introduced containing a comprehensive list of surveying books that have been referenced in court cases and legal decisions as persuasive authority over the years. It is indispensable reading for students and practicioners studying for the Fundamentals of Land Surveying licensure exam.
About the Author
Walter G. Robillard is a Principal at Land Consultants, Inc.
Donald A. Wilson is a Principal at Land & Boundary Consultants, Inc.
The late Curtis M. Brown was a partner at Brown Hall in Sacramento, California.
Table of Contents
Preface to the Seventh Edition
Chapter 1 History and Concept Of Boundaries
Chapter 2 How Boundaries are Created
Chapter 3 Ownership, Transfer, and Description of Real Property & Accompanying rights
Chapter 4 Boundaries, Law, and Related Presumptions
Chapter 5 Creation and Interpretation of Metes and Bounds and other Non-sectionalized Descriptions
Chapter 6 Creation and Retracement of Glo Boundaries
Chapter 7 Federal and State Non- sectionalized Land Surveys
Chapter 8 Locating Easements and Reversions
Chapter 9 Riparian and Littoral Boundaries
Chapter 10 Retracing and “resurveying” Sectionalized Lands
Chapter 11 Locating Sequential Conveyances
Chapter 12 Locating Simultaneously Created Boundaries
Chapter 13 Locating Combination Descriptions and Conveyances
Chapter 14 Role of the Surveyor
Chapter 15 The Ethics and Moral Responsibilities of Boundary Creation and of Retracements
Glossary of Terms
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