The surveyor and the law

Broadus, Jerry R.
April 1995
Point of Beginning;Apr/May95, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p88
Discusses several cases illustrating the treatment given a common theme by various jurisdictions. Difficulties in searching out and applying common law rules; Use of commercially available resources in determining the applicability of a law; Several cases interpreting the meaning of the word `half' in a legal description.


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