U.S. and Pennsylvania Law of Writings as Indispensable Evidence to Prove Ownership of Real Property
National and Pennsylvania law of writings as indispensable evidence to prove ownership of real property is examined. General concepts from standard legal resources are presented. A relevant federal statute is examined, and a representative case is reviewed. A Pennsylvania statute and relevant case are examined. A hypothetical land surveying example is presented, and principles developed from the review of law are applied to resolve the example.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2007