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United States Land Surveyors Group Forum is for Surveyors in United States of America. Find a Support group for Your State below.  Discuss topics related to surveying in the US! Much respect goes out to NSPS for all of their hard work!

 

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ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys - This just in from Gary Kent

ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys - This just in from Gary KentFollowing is a report on what has transpired over the last two years since the 2011 standards were adopted by ALTA and NSPS and became effective on February 23, 2011.  It is fairly long, so I apologize ahead of time. I have attached a list of the suggestions that have been made so far for the next version (likely dated 2016)).  As I have always said – if a suggestion is made, it gets on the list - it does not matter if I think it is a…

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United States Boundary Outlines (SVG format)

These files are boundary outlines of every US state provided by Libre Map. They are in Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) format. Each state is UTM projected in the UTM zone where the center of the state falls. They were generated from 2000 US Census boundary dataand are available for use under the BY-SA creative commons license. FormatsSVGPDFEPSPNG (600px)GIF (600px)   StateState BoundaryCounty BoundarySub-County…

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Surveyors, Find Your State and Join Your Support Group in US

If you're a land surveyor based in the United States, we would like to understand more about the differences and similarities between state associations, boards, laws and practices. Please join the group forum for your state and start a discussion today! And by all means, bring this up at the next conference or chapter meeting in your state. Add events happening in your area here.

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