The Legislature finds and declares that it is the responsibility of the state, and
in the public interest, to provide a means for the identification, restoration, and
preservation of the controlling corner monuments established during the original cadastral
surveys, to which the vast majority of titles to lands in Florida are related and
on which they are dependent. All such monuments and evidence pertaining to the original government surveys and
resurveys are recognized as historical and economic resources of the state and, as
such, are vitally important to the orderly planning, management, use, conservation,
and public enjoyment of Florida's natural resources. In order to implement this policy, the department shall assume the responsibility
for conducting a program of the identification, restoration, and preservation of such
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