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Open Questions

If anyone has any questions about any past editions, any of the questions on the examinations, or on any of our State Specific courses, such as standards of practice or ethics, post them here and I will do my best to answer them. If you have any other open questions that you would like to

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The Unauthorized Practice of Surveying

First Published in P.O.B. Magazine October 2018 No doubt many of you have already heard about the recent article that appeared on Bloomberg.com entitled “Land Surveyors Are Paying the Price of Progress” (“Paying the Price”).[1] In case you missed it, “Vizaline” is a company founded in 2014 that, “uses public information to draw lines on

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January Edition of The Lucas Letter

In the January Edition of The Lucas Letter, we are studying the case of Rivers v. Lozeau, Florida Court of Appeals, 1989. This infamous case is the genesis for the “First Surveyor Concept” or simply “First Surveyor,” the case that singlehandedly created the concept that there is a third role for the land surveyor; that

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December Edition of The Lucas Letter

The December Edition is our second ethics case of the year. We do an Ethics Edition in June and December. Some of you are writing me privately about this edition with some very interesting comments. I would love it if you would post your comments here so that others might have the benefit of your

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Blog Post and Comments

Well, we’ve had some ups and downs with the Blog. Now, maybe, finally, we are on the upswing. The appearance isn’t exactly what I wanted. I wanted the comments to remain open for visitors to be able to read the comments to the Blog post without having to click on the little hotlink at the

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October 2019 Edition of The Lucas Letter

In our October edition we studied the case of a retracement survey gone wrong. Wallace owns Lot 98 and his neighbor to the north, Griffin, own Lot 97 of the Bost Estates subdivision. The original monuments for the corners of the lots (“iron axles or stakes”) were set by Fisher in 1945. This included the

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The Blog is Finally Working

Hello friends. We finally have the blog working. To celebrate we are activating a new Coupon Code NEW1 that is good for 15% off of any of our Correspondence Courses. Pick the courses you want and apply the Coupon at checkout. NEW1 will expire Monday, November 11. Have a great weekend. Jeff Lucas