Land Surveying is a proud profession with strong presidential ties; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln were all land surveyors. In fact, surveyors are proud to say that “there are three surveyors and another guy on Mt. Rushmore.” Roosevelt was, unfortunately, never a member of the surveying profession.
The Kansas Society of Land Surveyors is an association of professionals who render a highly technical service while taking into account applicable laws, regulations, codes and court decisions established by city, county, state and federal authorities.
Surveyors are the first professionals consulted when new sites are proposed, constructed and sold. Surveyors:
Using specialized equipment and some of the latest technology, surveyors perform:
They protect the interests and rights of property owners.
In cases of controversy, a surveyor can appear as an expert witness.
By law, surveyors are the only professionals who are allowed to write original descriptions of real property for conveyance of or recording thereof. (KSA 74-7003)
Before you buy or sell a house, construct a building or fence, or develop property.
In short, before a boundary dispute arises!
Surveying is a proud profession! The Kansas Society of Land Surveyors strives as an organization to protect the public interest, and ensure that our members receive factual, up-to-date continuing education opportunities so they, in turn, can provide quality services to their clients.
*Removing or disturbing a survey monument is punishable under Kansas law (KSA 21-3724)