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One- to Four-Hour Presentations

One- to Four-Hour Presentations

Admissibility of Evidence: Exceptions to the Hearsay RuleDiscussion of the Hearsay Rule and its numerous exceptions as they apply to boundaries.
Basics of Legal Research - Finding Court Decisions to Aid Decision-MakingBasics of Legal Research - Finding Court Decisions to Aid Decision-MakingThis 4-hour seminar reviews the techniques necessary to find relevant court cases and where to find the pertinent information within the decision. Often, the problems surveyors are wrestling with have been solved - many time over and by many jurisdictions. One of the keys to making proper decisions, in accordance with legal rules and in conformity witt the law, is to review what is known as precedent, or what the court has decided in the past. By reviewing pertinent court decisions, one can, not only find answers, but often the analysis and reasoning behind them.
Boundary Establishment by Actions of the PartiesSeparation of Adverse Possession from other unwritten doctrines and agreements. Discussion of Acquiescence, Estoppel, Parol Agreements, and Practical Location.
Case Studies in Boundary ResearchDiscussion of several cases where problems were solved through various techniques and the use of certain land records.
Dealing with Undescribed Rights of WayDealing with Undescribed Rights of WayA four hour presentation which examines easements created without a definition of location or width. Included is a review of evidence and past court decisions which offer tools with which to answer those questions.The presentation includes a review of what is an easement, the types of easemens, creation and termination of easements, along with research and location
Dedication: Public Rights in Private LandDedication: Public Rights in Private LandThis is a 4-hour seminar focusin on the identification and location of private and public rights based resulting from dedication by the owner(s). oth written and unwritten creation are included with an emphasis on recognition and proof of the existence and extent of dedicated rights.
Deed Descriptions I Have Known.....But Could Have Done WithoutBased on the book of the same name, the presentation includes humorous, confusing and otherwise peculiar land descriptions.
Early New England Land SurveyorsExamination and discussion of the lives and professional careers of Ira Allen (Vermont), Park Holland (Maine) and Henry David Thoreau (Massachusetts). Depending upon length of presentation, additional surveyors may be included.
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