Court Exhibit Survey
Analysis of various legal descriptions and survey maps; field locating of record or existing monuments and physical features; and mapping showing this information for the purpose of presenting a visual exhibit to be used in a courtroom. In some areas of the US, this may also me known as a “Torrens” Survey of “Registered” or “Torrens” land. A “Judicial” Survey is a land survey ordered by the court system, at times setting “Judicial Land Marks", also referred to as “JLM’s”. Some also may refer to these as "JM's" which stands for "Judicial Monument", or "Judicial Marker".