Boundary Surveying Principles, Role of a Surveyor, & Legal Theory (8 PDH)
In Depth Look into Boundary Surveying
This is a two part, eight hour course that reviews the following:
- What is Land Surveying?
- How Can Licensure be of Benefit to You?
- Role of a Surveyor
- California Business & Professions Code (PLS Act) §8725, 8726, 8761, 8762, 8764, 8765
- Standard of Care
- Land Surveyor Ethics
- Liability of Unwritten Rights
- ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey Standards
- Unremarkable Title
- Encroachment an Encumbrance on Title?
- Relative Accuracy Standards
- Difference between Legal Theories and Boundary Principles
- Sequential Conveyances
- Simultaneous Conveyances
…and more. This is one of the most thorough boundary principles class out there! David Woolley brings 30 years of expertise to the subject and a much entertaining personality. Also included is 190 pages of substance packed material and problems.
Mr. David E. Woolley is a licensed Professional Land Surveyor with over 30 years experience in the land surveying industry servicing diverse clientele, in both the private and public sector. Mr. Woolley is well verse d in state laws, local ordinances and standards of practice. He is often consulted as a specialist for work that ranges from property boundary disputes, boundary establishment and mapping, public agency map checking, horizontal and vertical geodetic control, ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys and monument preservation. It is this experience that makes him one of the most sought after professional land surveyors for surveys that involve litigation. In the last ten years he has been involved with more than 40 cases, in both state and federal court.