Understanding Adverse Possession
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Wednesday, May 18, 2022
11:00 am – 2:20 pm CDT (incl. a 20-min break)
Wendy Lathrop, PLS, CFM
Different forms of possession
What gives rise to this claim
How is it pursued
What is its effect on either clarifying or further muddying the chain of title that surveyors must follow?
Is there a difference between adverse possession claims and trespassing?
Is it true that there can be no adverse claims against a governmental entity?
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3.0 PDHs (No credit in NY)
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HalfMoon Education Certifying Entities
American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (No. J885)
International Code Council (No. 1232)
Landscape Architect Continuing Education System
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)
Boards of Engineering: Florida (No. 0004647), Indiana (License No. CE21700059),
Maryland, New Jersey (Approval No. 24GP00000700), and North Carolina (No. S-0130).
Association of State Floodplain Managers
International Society of Arboriculture
Society of American Foresters
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Wendy Lathrop PLS CFM CFS
President and Owner of Cadastral Consulting, LLCMs. Lathrop is licensed as a professional land surveyor in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, and as a professional planner in New Jersey. She holds a master’s degree in Environmental Policy and has been involved in surveying since 1974 in projects ranging from construction to boundary to environmental land use disputes. Ms. Lathrop is also a Certified Floodplain Manager through the Association of State Flood Plain Managers and a Certified Floodplain Surveyor in New Jersey. A former adjunct instructor at Mercer County College in New Jersey, she has also taught as part of the team for the licensing exam review course at Drexel University in Pennsylvania. Ms. Lathrop has been teaching seminars for surveyors since 1986 and has been writing articles for surveyors since 1983. She is a contributing editor for The American Surveyor magazine, and she has four articles included in the American Bar Association’s text, Land Surveys: A Guide for Lawyers and Other Professionals. She and Stephen V. Estopinal, PLS, PE co–authored a book entitled Professional Surveyors and Real Property Descriptions: Composition, Construction, and Comprehension, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. in 2011. She is also on the faculty of GeoLearn, a web-based educational provider. Ms. Lathrop is a past president of the New Jersey Society of Professional Land Surveyors and of the National Society of Professional Surveyors and she has served on the Board of Directors for the American Association for Geodetic Surveying.