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U.S. and Pennsylvania Law of Writings as Indispensable Evidence to Prove Ownership of Real Property

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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

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