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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Joseph / Maryland
08/25/2015
well organized course outlining information all surveyors should understand.


Brian / Pennsylvania
08/03/2015
Great course for understanding boundary law.


TIM / West Virginia
05/27/2015
GOOD COURSE.


Glenn / Pennsylvania
03/04/2015
Wonderful course. Well planned and presented. Good ethical look at how surveyors should shoulder the responsibilities of boundary and monument location.


David / Florida
02/15/2015
This an excellent primer on monuments and boundary determinations. All of the material should be shared with field crews and unlicensed office personnel.


Scott  / Idaho
01/23/2015
Great course for understanding monumentation


Steven / Texas
12/29/2014
Refreshed alot of old terms rarely used.


Steven / North Carolina
12/28/2014
GREAT COURSE!


Randolph / Georgia
12/28/2014
Great course.


Sidney / Alabama
12/28/2014
Most of the topics touched by the course could be related directly to many of the surveys I have executed in the recent past.

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