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It is quite possible to get a bad survey, one that is worse than no survey at all, and not find out
for many years. Why is a bad survey worse than no survey? Because it may cause fences to
be built in the wrong location or deed descriptions to be written incorrectly thereby
creating survey and legal problems:


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CHOOSING A SURVEYOR

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The average person buying property assumes that there is some kind of government system protecting them. If they retain an attorney who certifies that the deed they are
getting conveys ownership, why do they also need a survey?

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PROBLEMS WITH DEEDS
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A surveyor in the north country today that wants to provide a proper and complete service
to his clients has more overhead than most people would suspect. He must employ skilled technicians and woodsman that can oper ­ate the many different surveying instruments
and assist in all phases of field work, office computations, drafting and deed research.

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A SURVEYOR'S OVERHEAD
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