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Which direction did Byles run the south boundary of section 31 in his 1873 resurvey?
In the 1996-2000 dependent resurvey, BLM determined that the W1/16 section corner of sections 6 and 31 on the south boundary of T. 16 N., R. 4 W.:
What did John Bentley find in the Grays Harbor County road surveys?
After receiving the Grays Harbor County road surveys/records from John Bentley’s BLM conducted an investigation and determined that:
According to the Board, collateral evidence can be accepted as evidence of the original corner only if it is supported by:
Section 31 was subdivided by the GLO in 1873. What procedure was used?
Hillstrom argued that the Secretary of the Interior had accepted the “stone” as the W1/16 sec. cor. of secs. 31 and 6 in 1924 because:
What action did the Board take concerning John Bentley’s appeal?
What method of proportioning is used for all lost section and quarter-section corners on a township boundary?
Why did BLM choose to reestablish the Center1/4 sec. cor. by single proportion in their 1994-2000 survey?
What did BLM accept for the corner at the Center W1/16 sec. cor. in their 2010 corrective resurvey?
In their 1994-2000 dependent resurvey, why did BLM reestablish the SW1/16 sec. cor. by single proportion E. and W. instead of at intersection?
What physical evidence of the W1/16 sec. cor. of secs. 6 & 31 did Bentley rely on to support his corner point?
A good definition for substantial evidence is:
A party who objects to a resurvey after the filing of the official survey plat is required to establish, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the resurvey:
According180 IBLA 388, Rudy Hillstrom, what constitutes “gross error”:
What did the Board say about a landowner’s bona fide belief concerning their boundary line?
Testimony of individuals:
What was the main reason BLM rejected the point accepted by the county road surveys as the W1/16 sec. cor. of secs. 6 and 31?
Why did the Board not consider the fence line evidence of the original corner?
How did the Board respond to Hillstrom’s claim that the county road records show that the stone had historically been used to mark position of the W1/16 sec. cor. of secs. 6 and 31?
Who sits on the Interior Board of Land Appeals?
GLO did not use the statutory method to subdivide sections on the Chehalis Reservation. Why could they legally use a different method?