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Tony Nettleman is a Land Surveying Engineer and Attorney who holds the distinguished position of professional assistant professor at Texas A&M Corpus Christi, teaches continuing education courses for attorneys and land surveyors, provides online test preparation modules to help land surveyors become licensed in all 50 states, and serves as an expert witness in boundary, easement, title and riparian disputes. He holds a BS, MS and PhD in geomatics and a law degree. Tony has helped over 100 land owners resolve land disputes and determined professional negligence for dozens of professional surveyors.Tony has also published many articles in peer-reviewed journals and professional trade magazines. He is licensed as a Florida attorney and a Florida and Texas professional surveyor. Tony can be contacted through www.CNettleman.net.

Kristopher M. Kline, is president of 2Point, Inc., a graduate of Bridgewater College, VA (1984) and a licensed North Carolina Land Surveyor since 1991 (P.L.S. L-3374). He is a 1999 graduate of the North Carolina Society of Surveyors (N.C.S.S.) Institute, a three-year continuing education program that, for many years, drew national attention for the quality of its curriculum and instructors. Kris served for 3 years as Chairman of the N.C.S.S. Education Committee.

Since 2003, he has been offering continuing education courses in North Carolina on legal aspects of retracement. More recently, his teaching career has expanded to include national conferences and seminars on a broad range of topics, including adverse possession and other unwritten rights, riparian law, mineral rights and courtroom preparation. As an established author and consultant, Kris has presented keynote addresses at state conventions.

In 2011, he established “Unmistakable Marks,” a new bi-monthly column published in“Point of Beginning”, a professional magazine for land surveyors. Kris’s articles are written for a national audience and focus on various legal aspects of boundary retracement.

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