Property disputes come in many different forms. Examples include individuals litigating the ownership rights of a property (land title), the location of the ownership line that separates them from one (land boundary), one’s right to use the land of another (easements), or even riparian (water) or littoral boundaries.
Determining the interests and locations of each parcel when litigating property disputes often requires an extensive search of the Public Record for survey maps, survey plats, survey field notes, and property deeds.
Once the deeds, descriptions, and maps have been found and analyzed, modern technology such as total stations and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) allow the surveyor to accurately retrace the property boundaries.
No matter your dispute, Dr. Nettleman, Surveyor Expert Witness, is available to help solve your boundary, title, and easement questions using his extensive experience.