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A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING LAND SURVEYS

 A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING LAND SURVEYS

A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING LAND SURVEYS



This book was developed to meet the needs of attorneys, abstractors,realtors, land planners, entrepreneurs, and others who must use and evaluate the work of professional surveyors. Boundary survey plats or maps, property maps, topographical maps, survey reports, and property descriptions, among other things, are all products of the professional surveyor. Rapid increases in technology, data availability, land values, community/regional planning, and the modern propensity for litigation have meant that more and more nontechnical individuals have begun touse and rely on increasingly complex and technical land information.

The most significant of the modern advances in Land Information Systems (LISs) or Geographical Information Systems (GISs) has been the Internet. Virtually any tidbit of information that can be Associated with a geographic position can now be made available to anyone with an Internet connection.

 Anybody and everybody who desires to explore land uses, owners, zoning, regulations, conditions, and so on can now have that data at their fingertips. Municipal, state, and federal archives; agencies; and other organizations maintain web sites where the visitor is free to explore databases without restriction or professional assistance.

Without a clear understanding of the source, reliability, and Intended use of that data, an unsophisticated user can cause more harm than good. Indeed, there is a real danger that the ease with which this information is obtained will facilitate misapplication of that data while at the same time circumventing professional assistance.


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