The books guide surveyors and land owners through the process of researching, retracing and establishing boundaries.

John Wiley & Sonsreleased two new booksthat guide surveyors and land owners through the process of researching, retracing and establishing boundaries:Interpreting Land Records and EvidenceandProcedures for Boundary Location, Fifth Edition. Interpreting Land Recordsthoroughly details what surveyors need to know to formulate sound, defendable opinions, including how courts interpret ambiguous words and conflicts between documents, and between those words and items outside the documents. The book is packed with illustrative case examples accompanied by descriptions of how a retracement was performed, what the problems were and how the surveyor resolved them. The thoroughly revised fifth edition ofEvidence and Procedures for Boundary Locationupholds the same superior presentation of boundary laws and evidence as its predecessors, while providing the latest uses of technology in surveying, and new insights into the use of measurements as evidence. This edition also includes new and expanded examinations of: technology as evidence, professional liability, how to report evidence and use it in court, court conduct and the origins of boundary evidence. (Wiley, Hoboken, N.J.)