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The Pincushion Effect
The Multiple Monument Dilemma in American Land Surveying
Copyright © 2011
Hard Cover – Pages 355
American land surveying has a dilemma; it’s called the “pincushion corner.” This is a name used to describe the phenomena of multiple boundary monuments being set by land surveyors when only one boundary corner exists in legal contemplation. This book explores the full effect of the pincushion corner by exploring how the phenomena started and why it exists, and explores remedies to end the practices that allow the pincushion corner to not only to exist, but to flourish.