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What is the best way you've seen the following resolved:
Two seventy plus acre tracks have a large canal that divide them, both deeds agree that the canal is the line, both owners agree that the canal is the line, but the local GIS shows a twelve acre area belonging to the south parcel that is on the other side of the canal. This appears to be due to the fact that the GIS'ers attempted to give both the correct acreage yet the properties have likely never been properly surveyed and acreages probably were very rough.
Either way there are no recorded maps for either property and I'm looking for the best solution for these owners that will solve the problem for their heirs.
I've seen line agreements done many different ways but I'm not sure I liked any of them and I feel this is more unique than the ones I've seen. So, what is the best solution you've seen?
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