Doing final review of 4 tracts that will clean up a boundary line between landowners, shifting from the deed lines to the old fence lines and basically making the existing property line the deed line.
So, I've been looking at the drawing and the descriptions correcting as I go. I print out the descriptions and the drawing and lay them on my table.
Funny how many things you see on the hard copy that are not noticed on the computer screen.
Probably the most offensive is a word salad in the descriptions for the tracts "as shown on as TRACT No.1 on EXHIBIT "B", copy pasted that to all 4 descriptions and didn't notice tell it's on the hard copy.
Final red lines weren't too bad but still it's amazing what gets picked up with the papers in hand.
You do see different things on the screen and on paper. After marking up a paper, when editing on the screen again I sometimes find other errors I missed both ways the first time.
Our office is supposed to be going paperless.
That's all very well, but they've made no provision for data and plans we need in the field. And there is a fair bit of that you can't put into a TSC3...
I used a FC5000 tablet in the field. It was fine when it was nice, it was a colossal time waster in rain or snow. I'll take paper copies all day long now.
everyone knows the ONLY way to catch the most glaring errors it to make the record set/ mylars.... filing/recording will also make an error show up like a neon sign....