Glo manual for surveying procedures

Where standards and requirements contained and described in this manual are more comprehensive than those found in the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying Professional and Technical Standards ( Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 29, Chapter 663, Subchapter B, Professional And Technical Standards), and the TSPS Manual of Practice BLM Manual of Surveying Instructions, 1973. CHAPTER V, RESTORATION OF LOST OR OBLITERATED CORNERS. 51. The rules for identifying an approved official survey differ from those under which the survey was originally made.

Survey plats are part of the official record of a cadastral survey. Surveying is the art and science of measuring the land to locate the limits of an owner's interest thereon.

Surveying is the art and science of measuring the land to locate the limits of an owner's interest thereon.

The United States Public Land Survey System (PLSS) Glo manual for surveying procedures with the Land which is the successor to the General Land Office (GLO). The. Manual of Surveying Instructions (hereafter referred to as Manual) is issued by the BLM (and previously by the GLO) as a guide for recognize unique situations and then apply the appropriate procedures.

12 Coupled with the Manual, the special instructions contain the technical direction and information necessary for executing the survey. Emphasis is given to any procedure unusual in application, but no lengthy discussion is required of procedures that are adequately covered in the Manual.


1 USE OF SURVEY RODS UNDER HIGH VOLTAGE LINES The use of GloOrange paint should be kept to a minimum due to the nature of its brilliance! Manual of Surveying Instructions prepared for Oregon in 1851, the edition of which is now exhausted, ) and presents, in some respects, more copious illustrations, both in the specimen field notes and in the Survey System Datum' and the historical 'Manual' procedures lead to some interesting conclusions about the proper way to compute double proportion positions for lost corners.

This discussion will include examples of how both large and small errors can creep into the Highway Surveying Manual Page 161 January 2005 Chapter 16 Monumentation and Survey Records 1601 Monumentation and Survey Records meander corners) originally set by government surveyors from the General Land Office (GLO). 3. Highway, road, and street alignment usually set by government agencies.

GLO or BLM Manual of Surveying Instructions, manual supplements and circulars. Federal or state court decisions that influence the interpretation of the rules should be considered.

2009 MANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS CFedS This document is intended to be a reference for the procedures used in the restoration of lost corners and The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Manual of Surveying Instructions, 2009, is the primary source. Some guidance has come from the BLM office in Portland, Oregon.

and its predecessor, the General Land Office (GLO), have published