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When writing the boundary description for a survey you performed, do you typically call for the headright line, to be the same line as the boundary line you are describing?
Example: THENCE N89d45'50"E, with the common south line of said smith tract, the south line of the V.Jones Survey A-222, and the north line of V.Williams Survey, A-111, 500.00 feet, to a.....
I know one RPLS that will call for the a line to be the headright line, if the previous deeds called for it.
Another says he will not call for it at all, he says only a LSLS can do that.
Just looking for some insight here, i see both guys points of view, and just curious as to what others do.
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