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The Four Corners Monument was established in 1875, and despite challenges and news stories spanning 100 years that dispute the accuracy of its location, it is exactly in the right place for legal reasons.
The history of the survey of this monument gives us solid legal backing to accept monuments when doing retracement boundary surveys, yet many surveyors set multiple monuments anyway, confusing the public.
This presentation examines modern cases of multiple survey monuments, and explains how professionals and laymen can utilize legal rationale to determine which of several survey pins is the one property corner.
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