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Surveyors Educational Seminars (SES)  is a private continuing education school for licensed surveyors, engineers, surveying and engineering technicians, attorneys, paralegals and others using or applying surveying and mapping services related to technologies and resources.

Surveyors Educational Seminars is a division of

Land & Boundary Consultants, Inc.

NEW  SEMINARS  FOR  NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2016

NEW SEMINARS FOR NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2016

Land tenure and cadastral systems are the very foundations for what all surveyors do. Beginning with the original grants and their layouts, this presentation is an in-depth examination of the various configurations of land title.  Included are metes-and-bounds; adjoiners; rectangular lots; longlots, and military bounties, which are several of the many types of boundary surveys to be considered.  The program will also include a brief review of some of the original surveyors who created the early, sometimes original, boundaries that gave rise to our current title lines.

The inspiration for this seminar is Don’s latest publication “Land Tenure, Boundary Surveys and Cadastral Systems” co-authored with George Cole. This book is scheduled for late summer publication and will be available for purchase at the seminars.

Part 1 - From Whence Do We Derive Our Rules? is a review of some long-standing principles, where they originated and their significance today.  The program focuses on the history and use of early decisions and the fact that such rules, based on sound wisdom and reasoning, have stood the test of time and are as important and effective today as when they were first established.

Part II – Who Crafted Our Rules? is a review of the prominent justices who were scholars of the law and took land ownership and rights seriously.  Examination of the reasoning behind the decisions which gave rise to today’s principles.

Don’s research into these early colonial court decisions is the basis of another book: “Boundary Retracement: Processes and Procedures” scheduled for publication December 2016. Pre-publication orders will be available at the seminars.


This presentation will include the equivalent of two hours of ethical considerations with their origin and development.

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