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The books we offer continue to stand as fundamental references for licensed practicing surveyors, lawyers, title examiners, property owners, civil engineers and students in surveying courses in two- and four-year programs.  Peruse the tables of contents for each book and you will be convinced that you should add these valuable resources to your toolbox.

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Adverse Possession, Prescription & AcquiescenceAdverse Possession, Prescription & AcquiescenceThe class, presented by Author Kris Kline, begins with relevant historical background and moves quickly to current state-specific definitions for the elements of adverse possession. Specific topics include: the moment of title transfer; tacking; claims against or by the state; claims made under mistaken belief; effects of ordinances on adverse claims; rules for interruption of a claim; champerty; effect of a survey on a prescriptive claim. The seminar considers the lost grant theory and its influence on current rules for prescriptive easements.
This will be followed by a discussion of the origins of acquiescence, its many definitions, and the relationship between acquiescence and other unwritten rights. The primary focus of the class will be on North Carolina and Tennessee, with examples from adjoining states included for contrast and comparison.
Federal Decisions of Significance to the Land SurveyorFederal Decisions of Significance to the Land Surveyor
Mathematics of RetracementMathematics of Retracement
Effective and successful boundary retracement demands various aspects of mathematical analyses.  Error isolation and reconciliation are keys to discovering the footsteps leading to corner location.  Understanding and appreciating the equipment and techniques used by the original surveyor along with their shortcomings are essential to achieving that goal.
 
This program will discuss the following aspects:
 
Error analysis and isolation types
Traverse adjustment vs. no adjustment
Local attraction
Magnetic vs. true bearings
Types of distance measuring device and their shortcomings.
 
Incorporated into this program is the equivalent of two hours of ETHICS: Relationship to proper performance, adhering to legal requirements, and professional and ethical responsibilities are designed into various parts of the program.

One Day SeminarsOne Day SeminarsSES is an approved sponsor in Tennessee & North Carolina. Wherever our seminars are offered, the courses meet the State Board of Licensure requirements for continuing education. For every 8 hours of your time that you spend with SES you will have 8 credit hours (PDHs or 2 CEUs) of practical and useful information that can be immediately applied to your practice.
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