Land Survey – By Electronic Means

Company was hired to survey an area for development and to make an electronic land survey to determine boundaries. This court held that the electronic survey had been completed and had to be paid for, minus a small amount for not having made the survey by conventional filed methods. L. Robert Kimball Consulting Engineers, Inc. v. Ryan, 195 Neb. 677, 240 N.W.2d 40 (1976).