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Versions of the ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements prior to the current 2011 standards are shown here FOR REFERENCE ONLY. All pre-2011 versions of the Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys have been superseded by the 2011 Standards.

 

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2005 ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements

1999 ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements

1997 ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements

1992 ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements

1988 ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements

1986 ALTA/ACSM Minimum Standard Detail Requirements

1985 ACSM As-Built Survey


Reconnaissance: More on Lenders' Certificates 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the September 2007 issue of The American Surveyor

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Surveyors Report: More on Relative Positional Accuracy 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the June 2007 issue of The American Surveyor

 

Is an ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey a "Boundary Survey?" 
This article is by Gary Kent, PLS, Committee Chairperson.

 

Relative Positional Accuracy in the new 2005 ALTA/ACSM Standards 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the May/June 2006 issue of The ACSM Bulletin

 

Lenders Certifications 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the July/August 2006 issue of The ACSM Bulletin

 

Relative Positional Accuracy 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the July - August 2006 issue of The American Surveyor

 

ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey for a mobile home park 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the September/October 2006 issue of The ACSM Bulletin

 

More on Lender’s Certificates 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the November/December 2006 issue of The ACSM Bulletin

 

Societies adopt new ALTA/ACSM Standards for Land Title Surveys 
This article by Gary Kent appeared in the Winter 2005 issue of The American Surveyor.


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