In my previous column, in the August issue, we went into a detailed discussion on how to know that you have rendered a well-reasoned opinion on the location of the property lines that are the subject of your survey — a litmus test, if you will.
As you may recall, one of the key elements of the test is the application of the appropriate boundary law principles. Unfortunately, space did not allow for even a modest discussion of these principles. As I said then, we would recap those principles in a future column. This is that future column.