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HW3singhjordan05 - Note that Singh has been possessing up...

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 SUR 3403 CADASTRAL PRINCIPLES Homework 3 You are required to give a boundary opinion of the property owned by Singh and described in the sketch and description below. Your opinion should be fully justified and you should explain why you held or rejected the position of any found monuments, why you held or rejected record evidence (e.g. distances), and how you treated possession evidence. Clearly spell out all principles used in your decision and give page references if you refer to passages out of the textbook. Explain also what additional evidence you might look for in order to strengthen your opinion. The distances shown in parentheses on the sketch are deed distances. All other distances shown were measured in your retracement/relocation survey. All found monuments appear to be original and are undisturbed.
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Unformatted text preview: Note that Singh has been possessing up to the fenceline for about the last 40 years. Deed Description: ". . . and thence to the NW corner of Singh's parcel, the POB for this description; thence a distance of 200.0 feet along the south boundary of Old Ridge Rd to the NE corner of the parcel; thence south along Jordan's west boundary a distance of 200.0 feet to the SE corner of the parcel; thence west a distance of 200.0 feet to the SW corner; thence north a distance of 200.0 feet to the NW corner of Singh's parcel. All corners are marked with 1" iron pins." RESURVEY OF SINGH'S PARCEL old fenceline A B F C E D G Singh Jordan Old Ridge Rd (200.0) 202.52 (200.0) 202.60 (200.0) 202.50 (200.0) 199.96 202.65 Found 1" Iron Pin in concrete (200.0) 202.55 Found 1" Iron Pin N (approx.) [Not to Scale]...
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