You can't set anything
Went to set a corner today and the adjoiners wouldn't let me set it.
It's 0.15' N45E of the chain link fence post. Jobo would say hold the fence post. Could be my 0.15', in fact, probably is all in the interpretation because it's all from perpetuated monuments 660' or more away. If I had been smarter (when I drew it) I would have held the fence post and called the monuments off.
State says I'm supposed to put a tag with my number on monuments I set.
Adjoiner wouldn't let me set anything, and will probably destroy anything I set.
It's the fence post. I already printed it. So I'm gonna take out my sharpie and note at that corner "falls at chain link fence post, adjoiner refuses access to set monument" and let the real estate attorney who is already on the case handle it. The irony of not letting me set a marker 0.15 N45E in the asphalt in the right of way. Don't know why the GDH we don't have an IQ test before people are allowed to buy property.
Sounds like they did you a favor not letting you pincushion the monument. 😏
Does anyone remember setting liners at the CL of the street?
Did you ask the adjoiner why he didn't want it set?
I'm sure there's more to the story, but it seems odd to me that you view the math as immutable and the physical evidence as being off.
If you can't get access to set something, are you sure there isn't a mon already there?
HB's profile words do not indicate a deed math staker attitude.