- Boundaries Bundle
- Kenneth G. Gold, RPLS
- 1 Hour 30 Minutes
- Audio and Video
Boundaries, Ethically Determined – Part Four Webinar taught by Kenneth G. Gold, RPLS
The original eight-hour seminar explored the intertwined rules, laws and ethics at play when planning and proposing for a sizable land surveying project. It included many “what to do” and “need to know” ethical and legal advisories, along with “what not to do” cautions. Some ethical rules explored include those of the former TBPLS still in effect.
Part 4: Two-hours
The final webinar explores surveyor’s quandary when faced with apparent “squatter’s rights” in various forms that will likely involve limitation title and need for adverse possession. Also touched on is the Las Sieta Partidas and water boundaries. Then on to a bit on the gradient boundary, certifications, the ethics primer and finishing up the RFP. Time allowing, a condensed and quick review.
* Earn two (2) CEU's including 2 hours of Ethics
|Boundaries, Ethically Determined – Part Four (1.4 MB)||82 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Ken Gold is a surveying and mapping consultant, limited practice; analysis and legal testimony; short course and seminar surveying instructor specializing in handling land surveying problems and in surveying education. He participates with Texas A&M, Corpus Christi, and specialty seminars for the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors. His professional history began with Hudson Engineering, 1944; interrupted for W.W.II where he served in the U.S. Marine Corps; returned to survey in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma. He worked in both field and office operations.
Some of Mr. Gold’s former and current career achievements are: TSPS President, Chairman of the TSPS Standards Committee, ACSM Fellow member, Member of NSPS Board of Governors and Board of Directors, former Chair for Excellence in Surveying, Blucher Institute For Surveying and Science, Twice TSPS Surveyor of the Year awardee, TSPS 2012 Eminent Educator Award, author of Decisions, a TSPS publication, and past Chair of TBPLS’ Item Writing Committee.