Land surveys can provide an invaluable look into property boundaries, easements, and more - if you know how to read them. In this program, join seasoned surveyor and attorney faculty for a practical dive into everything you need to know about surveys. Whether you're handling a real estate transaction, resolving a boundary dispute, or dealing with development and land use matters, this is a program you won't want to miss. Register today!
Review key surveying terms, types of surveys, and standards to better select and communicate with surveyors.
Learn how land surveyors work and develop a keen eye for spotting potential mistakes.
Discover how to effectively read surveys with the benefit of sample walkthroughs.
Unearth easements, access issues, encroachments, and other problems using surveys.
Survey Definitions, Types, and Standards
Inside Surveys: How They're Done and Mistakes That Can Happen
Reading Maps and Surveys (With Sample)
Spotting and Resolving Boundary Line and Easement Issues
Jason A Bielagus is an attorney at Bielagus Law Offices PLLC where he focuses his practice on commercial and residential real estate, both transactions and litigation. His experience includes closings, purchases, sales, purchase and sale agreements, deeds, notes, mortgages, foreclosures, lease agreements, evictions, subdivisions, condominiums, and petitions to quiet title, as well as litigation of real estate matters. Mr. Bielagus was an assistant district attorney in New Mexico. He also served as a JAG officer with the Army National Guard. Mr. Bielagus is licensed to practice in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New Mexico as well as before the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Hampshire. He earned his B.A. degree from St. John's College and his J.D. degree from Suffolk University Law School.
Brian Fischer is with THD Design Group and has more than 30 years of experience in the survey field, preforming a variety of survey types for residential, municipal, commercial, industrial, and government agency clients. He has experience in survey instrumentation and computer aided drafting (CAD) programs, as well as office and survey programs such as Trimble Office, Carlson, and Civil 3D. His management experience includes overseeing drafting and field crews, as well as a branch office for an oil and gas services firm in southeast Texas. Mr. Fischer holds professional land surveyors licenses in Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Mississippi, and Texas.
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