How bad an error
New subdivision plat. Four sided boundary. Description is right. The boundary description takes you around the boundary. Two of the lines on the plat are flipped, North East and South East instead of South West and North west. Being corrected with new plotted Mylar.
How bad is this error? Description is right and bearing distances on the map are correct just flipped bearings.
It is a common mistake Surveyors do, when I plotting up the deed if it does not close or just has a line going where it is not suppose to go, the first thing I check is the bearings making sure they were not flipped.
To a Surveyor not a bad error more annoying than anything, but one that we all can make.
@lrday the Map shows 4 vectors that are actually correct? if so Then it is Not an error at all.
Perhaps unconventional labeling depending on local custom... the Lines are the Lines
"New Subdivision Plat"?
On most subdivision plats, only the outbounds of the entire subdivision are in what might be called order. There is no reason that very single lot must be marked in bearings such that every individual lot closes perfectly.
Please re-explain your problem.
Paul in PA
Around here that is called a "Scrivener's Error" and is easily corrected with re-recording the plat.