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VAS Spring Seminar
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4/21/2017
When: Friday, April 21, 2017
8:00 AM
Where: Marriott Newport News City Center
740 Town Center Drive
Newport News, Virginia  23606
United States
Contact: Sally Palatiello
844-414-1466

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Surveyors deal with easements almost every day, and they are the subject of a tremendous amount of litigation, so they are of great interest to the surveying community. In Easements and Rights of Way, we will cover all aspects of easements from their creation (both written and unwritten), through interference and overburdening, maintenance, how they differ from licenses, the importance of recordation, reversionary rights, and the many ways in which they can be terminated or extinguished.
Course Information: Friday, April 21, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Engineers, architects and others rely on surveyors to provide quality and accurate boundary information.  A Surveyors Report providing detailed information on important issues related to a surveyed boundary will help clients use the survey to its greatest advantage and will help protect their clients (and therefore, the surveyor) from inadvertent problems. In Avoiding Boundary Problems – Understanding Surveyor Reports, we will explore what information could be included in a Surveyors Report, why it should be there - particularly in the context of the state’s survey standards - and what that information means to the client.
Course information: Friday, April 21, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

Nationally recognized instructor Gary Kent, LS, will present this 2-part seminar, Easements and Rights of Way, as well as Avoiding Boundary Problems-Understanding Survey Reports at the VAS Spring Seminar, to be held on Friday, April 21, 2017 at the Marriott Newport News City Center, 740 Town Center Drive, Newport News, Virginia.

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NSPS strives to establish and further common interests, objectives, and political effort that would help bind the surveying profession into a unified body in the United States.

Governance: The National Society of Professional Surveyors Inc. is governed by a Board of Directors. The NSPS Board of Directors meets twice per year.   NSPS has working agreements with state surveying organizations which are represented on the NSPS Board of Directors, and with the NSPS Foundation, Inc. 


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