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The use of the North Dakota coordinate system of 1927 north zone or south zone or the North Dakota coordinate system of 1983 north zone or south zone on any map, report of survey, or other document must be limited to coordinates based on the North Dakota coordinate systems as defined in this chapter. The map, report, or document must include a statement describing the standard of accuracy, as defined by the national ocean survey/national geodetic survey, maintained in developing the coordinates shown therein. The coordinates must be established in conformity with these standards:
1. No coordinates based on the North Dakota coordinate system, purporting to define the position of a point on a land boundary, may be presented to be recorded in any public records or deed records unless the point is connected to a triangulation or traverse station established in conformity with the standards prescribed in this chapter.
2. Coordinate values used in land descriptions under this section must be certified by a duly registered land surveyor under the laws of this state.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 47. Property § 47-20.2-06. North Dakota coordinate system--Use of term - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-47-property/nd-cent-code-sect-47-20-2-06/
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