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The survey and the transference are the distinctive and operative acts in the transmission of real property and, where they differ from each other, one must of necessity control the other.
This book addresses the aforementioned concepts by external explanations in order to understand the discrepancies between them. It also helps to avoid expensive and wasteful litigation over boundaries that were previously not in conflict. The text offers an extensive review of the law for boundary retracement and cites numerous case examples.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Concept 1
2. Title Issues 37
3. Corners, Lines and Surveys 69
4. Protracted Boundaries 105
5. Which Set of Footsteps is which? 141
6. Figures, Numbers, and Symbols 181
7. Resolving/reconciling Errors 227
8. Recognizing What Was Left Behind 245
9. Boundary Agreements 263
10. Proper Procedure 287
11. The Lost Corner 309
12. Nonfederal Rectangular Surveys 333
13. Resolving Overlapping Grants 351
14. Forensic Applications 371
Appendix 1: Significant Cases on Following Footsteps by State 377
Appendix 2: Lost Corners, by State 405
Final Thoughts 435
Table of Authorities (Over 750 Cited Cases) 437
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