Yesterday, I was following up on a survey where the field person was having trouble finding monuments. While looking for points and walking in other yards for the adjoining properties, it struck me to share some of my thoughts on fences and animals.
One of the most common — and erroneous — arguments contributing to the proliferation of purported corner markers representing a single corner is the idea that modern subdivision regulations and field procedures somehow supersede the more traditional legal principles relating to boundary retracement.
to a well-reasoned opinion on the location of property boundaries, also known
as a survey of property, is being able to properly interpret a deed. Proper
interpretation of a deed requires understanding uncertainty.