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“land surveying…involves not only skill and knowledge, but certainly honesty, integrity and reliability. The products of land surveyors are cornerstones of titles and are relied upon by real estate purchasers, lenders and title insurers.”

Hyland v. Ponzio: 159 N.J. Super. 233 (1978)

Surveyors Educational Seminars (SES) is a private continuing education academy dedicated to providing the highest quality course material for licensed surveyors, engineers, surveying and engineering technicians, attorneys, paralegals and other land use professionals who use or apply surveying and mapping services.

"The truth is equal to one's initial observations plus corrections discovered through added experience or knowledge" -- Dr. Ben Buckner
Surveyors Educational Seminars is a division of 2Point, Inc.

Update May 26, 2023: We now have final approval from the Tennessee Board of Examiners for this year's Fall courses. Topics include: "Courtroom Preparation and Testimony" Tn. #1152; "When the Rules don't Work" Tn. #1084, also #1157; "Extinguishing a Way"; "Deeds & Descriptions, Do's Don't's & 'Depends'"Tn. #1153; "Prescriptive Easements" Tn. #1154; "Property Boundaries vs. Regulatory Authority" Tn. #1155

Fall Seminar Dates:
Germantown TN. Nov. 13-14;
Cleveland TN. Nov. 17-18; 
Weaverville NC. Dec. 7-8.
Zoom Classes Dec. 4-5, Dec. 11-12

Sign-ups open in June!

Due to recent changes in the North Carolina CPC standards, SES offers a 2-hour course specifically designed to meet the new North Carolina requirements for 1 hour of Ethics, and 1 hour of Standards of Practice under 21NCAC 56.1703. The June session will be presented on the 20th via live Zoom format. Go to our "Class sign-ups" pull-down. 

“Of course it is true that the words used, even in their literal sense, are the primary, and ordinarily the most reliable, source of interpreting the meaning of any writing: be it a statute, a contract, or anything else. 

But it is one of the surest indexes of a mature and developed jurisprudence not to make a fortress out of the dictionary…”

Judge Learned Hand: Cabell v. Markham: 148 F.2d 737 (1945)

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