I'm going to say this right now
If you're surveying residential lots, and you label the acreage to the nearest hundredth of a square foot, you should have your license suspended until you figure out why those areas are BS.
If ... you label the acreage to the nearest hundredth of a square foot..... those areas are BS.
True, but why is it troubling you today? Expiring minds want to know.
Lot 1, Block 1
5521.3265465432131654651321654 squ. ft.
I forgot to add: "FOUND 3/4" REBAR TAG LS1234, 0.215'N AND 0.547'W OF TRUE NW CORNER"
Property Owner: Yeah but where do I hook the string line for my fence?
Dave: Can't you see the dimension point on the ground right there?
Dave: Hey, I can't hold your hand all day.
I read a description of a commercial property in Tacoma that carried the distances out to four decimal places. I declined the project.
How is it possible that a found original lot corner is north and west of anything, wouldn't it be the corner.