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Subdividing the land; metes and bounds and rectangular survey systems.


Subdividing the land; metes and bounds and rectangular survey systems.

Neunzert, Gaby M.

CRC Press


154 pages




After having taught surveying at the college level for two decades, Neunzert has spent much of his retirement in 2000 writing. Here he compiles the metes and bounds concept and the US rectangular land survey system for anyone who is or will be in contact with any real estate transaction, be they surveyors, realtors, lawyers dealing with real estate, and even individuals buying a house or property. After describing the two systems, he discusses surveying roots, mining claims and related items, water laws, and some legal concepts and definitions.

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Date:Apr 1, 2011
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