Boundaries and Monuments


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The objectives of this course are to teach the surveyor how to define and identify monuments; to understand what factors to assess when judging the validity of a monument; and to explain why better records and a better effort to document re-monumentation could eliminate disagreements among surveyors. In addition, the surveyor will grasp the concept that his or her responsibility is to preserve and protect not only the monuments he or she creates, but also the monuments set by other surveyors. This course will describe why research and other preparation are important processes when determining boundary locations.

Chapter List:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to Monuments
  • Chapter 2 - Boundary and Monuments
  • Chapter 3 - Researching Monuments and Boundaries
  • Chapter 4 - Conclusion

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Arthur / Maryland
03/07/2014
Excellent


Mark / Massachusetts
03/06/2014
THE COURSE MAKES SHURE THAT YOU LEARN THE MATERIALS THE COURSE PRESENTS


Charles / New Jersey
02/03/2014
this course was an excellent review of obtaining evidence and procedures for doing a survey.


al / Oregon
12/18/2013
the author is well experienced in field and office proceedures.


Ronald / Oregon
12/15/2013
The course was thorough and had a lot of very good points about how to maximize your efforts and perform your professional duties.


Restituto / Texas
12/13/2013
It will help surveyors and even students taking the road to surveying to determine the importance of Monuments with respect in locating boundaries.


Don / New York
12/09/2013
well done and informative


Mitch / Mississippi
12/09/2013
Was a very informative course. Well worth the money and time. I especailly liked the methoding of testing.


Christopher / Virginia
12/06/2013
Well written, educational and provided information I hadn't thought of or learned before. Well worth the time and money!


Marvin  / Texas
11/23/2013
I think that there should have been more discussion of the legally accepted dignity of monuments

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