Cornersmons - CORNERS VS MONUMENTS CORNERS: A terminal or...

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CORNERS VS MONUMENTS CORNERS: A terminal or bendpoint of a boundary line is legally controlling if it is created by survey and called for in a deed It does not have to be physically monumented to control MONUMENTS: A physical object set or accepted (if existing) at or near the corner To be controlling, monuments recovered in a resurvey should not differ appreciably from the original monument Monuments may be NATURAL (streams, rivers, mountains, roads, trees, etc) or ARTIFICIAL (iron pins or pipes, stakes,nails, concrete monuments) Generally, natural monuments control over artificial monuments [Pages 28 – 30]
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DEED VS TITLE LINES DEED OR BOUNDARY LINES: Lines, usually invisible, that are located and identified by objects marked at the time of the survey and called for in the deed These lines maintain legal significance even if mons are destroyed Theoretically, deed lines remain fixed over time, but can change due to different interpretations of field evidence
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