This course covers legal principles of property boundary retracement, land descriptions, rights-of-way, writing legal descriptions of real property, ethical issues and legal limits of practice, surveyor as expert witness, the surveyor-client relationship and responsibilities to the profession. Lab fee required.
Prerequisites: ETD 3555 and SUR 3446C.
Terms Offered: Spring
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