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    Jun 2, 2007, 04:46 PM
    Property markers
    Where are my property markers. I live in Wadsworth Ohio
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    Jun 2, 2007, 05:08 PM
    Nice to hear you live in Ohio. How do you expect us to know where your property markers are ? You will have to look on your deed and that will tell you, or have your property surveyed
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    Jun 2, 2007, 06:05 PM
    Well if , and I say if, you have any, they are at the corners of your property, so find the corners and if you have any, you will find them.

    Normally or recently they use metal stakes that are drove into the ground, sometimes rock, and these get pushed under the surface of the ground after time.

    But it is very possible there is no markers, and you will have to hire a survey company to come in and mark them for you, Then you can put in what ever marker you want.

    You can go down to the court house and get a copy of the deed and plat map. It will show the size and shape of your lot.

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