In action to establish boundary line, one need not present survey that qualifies as official record of survey. Matzke v. Hackbart, 224 Neb. 535, 399 N.W.2d 786 (1987). Neb.Rev.St. Secs. 34-301, 81-8,122.01.
While a boundary line may be fixed in accordance with a survey, see Layher v. Dove, 207 Neb. 736, 301 N.W.2d 90 (1981), when a different boundary is shown to have existed between the parties for the 10-year statutory period, it is that boundary line which is to be determined between the parties and no that of the original survey. Kraft v. Mettenbrink, 5 Neb.App. 344, 559 N.W.2d 503 (1997). See Converse v. Kenyon, 178 Neb. 151, 132 N.W.2d 334 (1965).