Notes for surveys
Boundary determined by deeds, line shown is record title.
Boundary determined by acquiescence. Old markers were yielded to. This includes old painted lines, and pine knots.
Boundary determined by Adverse Possession. It is my opinion, based on interviews of my client, and general evidence from the appearance of found occupation lines, painted lines, and marks.
Boundary determined by retracement of old surveys, which though not in conformity with deeds, and record title, have been in common use for in excess of 25 years. It seems to me that the common peaceful use of these lines supercedes the obscure locations which may be developed from legal ideas and deeds, which the participants in these tacit agreements, for many years is evidenced by painted lines, timber cutting, gardening, road construction, fencing, and constructed buildings. This survey has held to the evidence of these tacit agreements.
Such may be contested in a court of law. However, we cannot revise the fact that these tacit agreements exist.