Taylor's Lessee v. Myers
20 U.S. 23

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Taylor's Lessee v. Myers, 20 U.S. 7 Wheat. 23 23 (1822)

Taylor's Lessee v. Myers

20 U.S. (7 Wheat.) 23

Syllabus

The owner of a survey made in conformity with his entry, and not interfering with any other person's right, may abandon his survey after it has been recorded.

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