Saturday, May 12, 2007

Folklore and mythology

We're told that the person who originally surveyed and platted large portions of a certain part of town believed that he was not paid in the manner and to the extent promised by the developer so that perhaps the work was not as meticulous as it might have been or at least was completed in haste. We're also told that, the farther along one goes in a certain direction, the more discrepancies are to be found. Nevertheless, settled law is that older surveys are better evidence than newer ones. So we're told.


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