Brown`s Boundary Control and Legal Principles Audiobook

Don is president of Land and Boundary Consultants, Inc., based in southeastern New Hampshire, and has been a land boundary consultant since 1974 and has been surveying since 1962. Don is both a licensed surveyor and a professional forester. He has given seminars on a variety of topics, including the interpretation of descriptions, evidence of boundaries, survey law, and various aspects of forensic science. The new edition of Brown`s Boundary Control and Legal Principles has been updated to reflect ongoing changes in surveying technology and surveying law, particularly with the inclusion of water boundary expert George Cole as a contributor to the revision of waterfront and boundary information. In addition, a new annex has been introduced that contains a comprehensive list of investigation books that have been used as a persuasive authority in court proceedings and court decisions over the years. It is an indispensable reading for students and learning practice for the Fundamentals of Land Surveying bachelor`s exam. Walt`s experience is diverse and includes an international flair. A specialist in land border disputes, he has studied and advised individuals and government agencies in border and land disputes at the local and international levels. Many of the problems were historical in nature, in which he analyzed the old borders. In addition to more than 200 technical publications in various disciplines, Don has participated in the writing of more than 50 books.

The 6. The edition of Evidence & Procedures for Boundary Location and the accompanying title Boundary Control and Legal Principles, both of which he co-authored, are the main textbooks for surveying issues. Two of his recent publications, Interpreting Land Records and Forensic Procedures for Boundary & Title Investigation, are proving to be the favorites of lawyers, title examiners and surveyors. He wrote two more texts on borders and researched and compiled the subject for seven books on border law and state surveying. The scope of professional surveying services is changing, and this sixth edition contains all the information needed to navigate the complex and evolving field of border law. This new edition enhances its usefulness for professionals and students, offering: Consideration of the Ethical and Moral Responsibility of Creating and Retracements of Boundaries This new edition of Brown`s Boundary Control and Legal Principles – the classic reference to boundary law for real estate surveying – has been updated and expanded to reflect ongoing changes in surveying technology and surveying law. The latest information on technologies that advance border law, including geographic information systems (GIS) and global positioning systems (GPS), and their impact on survey measurements is covered. A multitude of case studies of unseveraged land surveys at the federal and state levels show real-life examples of covered material. Seeking border control and Brown`s legal principles and/or writing legal descriptions of Wattles in audiobook format. I am not lucky in my research. Do any of you know where I can find any of them, or if they even exist in the audiobook?.

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