LandPrints is a computerized service designed to help you visualize and audit land
ownership boundaries based on "metes and bounds" property descriptions.
This specialized word description is usually found in Property Deeds
but it also can be found in Mortgage Papers, Surveyors's Sketches, Subdivision Plats,
Microfilm Records and sometines in Wills. You can even generate your own "metes
and bounds" text for landprints analysis, but if you do, be careful to specify each
"course" in terms of distance, bearing, and curvature. Have you ever settled on
the wrong lot? Have you had any boundary line disputes lately? How about
encroachments like building a fence or garage on your neighbor's land? Ever searched
for your great, great, great grandfather's property, its configuration and location?
Okay, so maybe you are just curious about what the surveyor's notation in your deed means
but can't interpret it. Well, it is supposed to describe exactly the land you
bought. You may have been given a drawing of your land. But does it accurately
describe what is in your deed? Landprints can tell you! Once we receive your metes
and bounds desribing your lot, LandPrints will process it and send you a one-page map and
a data page. They will contain Shape and Orientation, the Calculated Surface Area,
the Closure Accuracy, the Input Data used for the calculations, and an optional Error
Analysis for your land. This will provide you with enough information to see the
property shape and assess the quality of the "metes and bounds" description you
provided. If our analysis implies any encumbrances or disputes, you should seek
resolution through normal legal channels. So our service is pretty simple. You
give us the metes and bounds data from your deed description, then we apply the
mathematics, make the calculations, and present the results to you for a very modest fee.
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