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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 01-07-2014, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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Anybody know of any reputable surveyors in the Lewisburg/Milton areas of Union county. Your help is much appreciated.

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Here is a link to the licenced PLS in Union County..........

Obviously you would only want to look at the ones with the active license......

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Great do you know any? I'll check them out. Thanks

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Nope, I don't know any of them........but I would trust most any PLS...........

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Nope, I don't know any of them........but I would trust most any PLS...........
I did Federal Jury Duty in Phila years ago, two deveopers were seeking damages from extra construction expenses due to a PLS supposed errors on three job sites. A PLS is liable for errors on plots he affixed w/ his seal.

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Nope, I don't know any of them........but I would trust most any PLS...........
I did Federal Jury Duty in Phila years ago, two deveopers were seeking damages from extra construction expenses due to a PLS supposed errors on three job sites. A PLS is liable for errors on plots he affixed w/ his seal.
Yep, that is why they carry errors and omission insurance.........everyone makes mistakes at some point

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Re: Land Surveying From White Deer

My neighbors, of suburban Watsontown, have used Larry Gerhard of White Deer??. They would not use any one unless the surveyor was good.

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Re: Land Surveying From White Deer

Hey is there anyway to ballpark your lines with a GPS??? If they are straight borders and you got corner posts?




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Hey is there anyway to ballpark your lines with a GPS??? If they are straight borders and you got corner posts?
If it is just for the purpose of roughly knowing where they are, sure you can probably wing something in there......but more than likely if you know where the pins are, you should be able to follow the lines by looking for old blazes that are scarred up on trees, or old fence rows and things of that nature.....

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