This has been a long standing boundary dispute that I have somewhat explained previously on the POB forum. (the old one)
In a nutshell, it involves (2) quarter corners on the west line of a section.
One that has been in existance for 67 years+/-., set for the subdivision of the section to the west.
The other; recently set by me for the subdivision of the section to the east. My client owns the NE1/4.,SW1/4 of the section to the east.
The two 1/4 corners are 380+/-ft. apart in a north south direction and I have good evidence to prove the 67 year old corner wrong.
It was very close to going to court, but both sides have agreed (finally) to settle, using the old existing fence lines of occupancy.
The existing fence lines as occupied by my client follow closely utilizing my 1/4 corner position and subdivisional breakdown.
I don't want to get into a debate over the positioning of the (2) 1/4 corners because I have already made that decision and have explained it thoroughly on my Record of survey.
My question here is;
Now we have an agreement to the fence lines which I have referred to on a prior preliminary survey of mine, (no problem)
The problem; Since the opposing side has property in the adjoining section to the west, and as part of the agreement, the opposing side wants me to withdraw my filed record of survey.
My short answer; Go take a hike. It's on Record.
Anyone else have an idea of a workaround? The attorneys don't quite understand.