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    Default How do I read these surveyor marks?

    Hello

    I have this mark. Can anyone please tell me how to interpret this mark?
    Does it indicate a dimension to the boundary?

    The taller one says 1m O/S
    and next to it is a smaller one with a nail knocked into it.
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    Might mean offset. the stake with writing is just an identification marker. The stake with nail is what you work off.

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    Understood, but to what dimension ?

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    no idea. ask the surveyor who put them there. he should have supplied a layout plan.

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    The small square one with the nail in it is 1 meter offset to whatever point or line it has been put into indicate and by the look of it , it is the line of the fence you are standing behind.
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