Courtroom Techniques

  • Walter G. Robillard

Abstract

After all phases of surveying, mapping, and other related activities are completed, individuals who are engaged in surveying and mapping sciences may find that their work is just commencing. Whether the individuals conducted a boundary survey, a building stakeout, or prepared a topographic or planimetric map, the product may be questioned by the client or a third party who had no pecuniary interest in the original job. As a result, professionals may be embroiled in a legal action, either as a party or witness defending their work for the client or explaining their actions. In either situation, their professional qualifications and capabilities will be questioned and “hung out to air” for all to see and evaluate.

Keywords

Assure Expense Tate Fishing Defend 

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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1995

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