This course provides students with a case study on non-substantial accretion and the subdivision of fractional sections that involves using their knowledge and experience, the 2009 Manual, in addition to the Public Land Surveying, A Casebook to pass a course test as part of their continuing education requirement.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Apply the four accepted methods of apportionment.
- Evaluate the results and select the appropriate method.
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Please print the Course Map before you begin to help guide you through the course.
Each course has a study guide associated with it. The study guide is 35 pages and contains everything you need to complete this course.
The study guide is included here as a PDF file should you choose to download/print.