I have been doing a lot of thinking here recently about the many problems facing the land surveying profession. If you haven’t noticed, most of my columns over the past several years have focused on some of these problems, and I have also brought possible solutions to the table.
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If only this were the case. How different would the land surveying profession be if this were the general perception people had about land surveyors over the past several decades? How different could the land surveying profession be if we made this a reality in the very near future?
While easements are often created by the common
law principles of dedication and acceptance, land surveyors must also be aware
of the significance of statutory law, particularly when a proposed dedication
of streets or other areas is intended for public use.