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Total Credits: 4 including 4 Professional Development Hours

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Stan Piper |  Josh Leamons |  Miguel Escobar
3 Hours 28 Minutes
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Easements - You will learn about the different types of easement rights, learn how easements are created and removed, and learn the difference between public and private easements. 



Stan Piper Related Seminars and Products

Stan Piper has over fifty years of surveying experience in West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Tech University.  He has been an active member of Texas Society of Professional Surveyors since 1977. Stan has prepared and presented numerous papers on various topics of boundary surveying and mapping at seminars for TSPS. His experience in surveying includes global positioning survey control for global information systems, ALTA/ACSM land title surveys, topographical surveys, oil well location surveys, route surveys and boundary surveys. His surveying experience includes 68 counties in West Texas and 3 counties in Southeastern New Mexico.  Since founding Piper Surveying Company in 1981, he has provided competent surveying supervision to nurture the Company to its current stage of development.

Josh Leamons Related Seminars and Products

Josh is a Registered Professional Land Surveyor and Attorney at Law in Texas. Josh practices surveying as a Partner at Searchers Land Surveying, LLC and has over 12 years of land surveying. He received his Bachelor of Science in Technology with a surveying and mapping emphasis from The University of Texas at Tyler and his Doctorate in Jurisprudence from Texas Tech University School of Law. Josh is co-writing Select Statutes and Boundary Decisions, 3rd Edition. He is an Adjunct Professor at The University of Texas at Tyler, where he teaches advanced land surveying courses online.

Miguel Escobar Related Seminars and Products

Mr. Escobar brings more than 26 years of experience in the land surveying industry with 20 years as a registered professional in Texas. Mr. Escobar has a wide variety of project experience ranging from large acreage boundary surveys to numerous right-of-way and design surveys throughout Texas. Much of Mr. Escobar’s experience has been in the land development industry and in municipal projects. Mr. Escobar was an Adjunct Professor at Austin Community College (ACC) in their land surveying program for 6.5 years and sits on the Advisory Committees for the land surveying programs at ACC and Texas A&M – Corpus Christi. Mr. Escobar is one of only 56 individuals in the State of Texas who hold the title of Licensed State Land Surveyor.



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