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Zombie Civil 3D General_Legal_Description_For_Parcels Report Rises Again

As most of you surveyors who use Civil 3D already know, the Genera_Legal_Description_For_Parcels report writer has been pretty much broken for quite a long time.  In this short blog post, I will show you how to bring it back from the dead to help you get a start on writing legals for Civil 3D parcel objects  

These procedures have been tested on Civil 3D 2020 on Windows 10 with Internet Explorer installed.  This will not work in Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or Firefox, only in IE

Legal Descriptions Made Easier Using Civil 3D

When it comes to survey tasks, there is nothing quite as tedious as writing legal descriptions.  A legal description represents the meticulous documentation of dimensions that define a property boundary.  Since a legal description defines the “legally recognized” limits of a property, it MUST be free of errors.

This is where the tedious part comes in…