Kris Kline, PLS L-3374, is president of 2Point Inc., Alexander, N.C. Kline teaches several classes on boundary retracement but remains a student of the discipline. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on Kline’s available continuing education courses can be found at www.2point.net. Kline’s books, “Rooted in Stone: The Development of Adverse Possession in 20 Eastern States and the District of Columbia,” and the newly-released “Riparian Boundaries and Rights
of Navigation,” are available from the author.
Surveyors are intimately familiar with the frequent disagreements between private landowners over a disputed boundary line. However, the disagreements most likely to make headlines are those situations where adjoining states are unable to agree on the location of their common boundaries.