Engineers and Surveyors to Hear McGregor on Types of Boundaries in Massachusetts Property, Land Use, and Environmental Law, Where They Are, and How They Change – Update from McGregor, Legere & Stevens

Gregor I. McGregor, Esq., the founding partner of the environmental, land use, and real estate law firm of McGregor Legere & Stevens PC in Boston, will present his short treatise called “Boundaries” to the Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE)

The treatise takes a fresh look at traditional and modern Massachusetts laws and legal doctrines on the many kinds of boundaries, especially concerning water, which surveyors, civil engineers, land use planners, real estate clients, and their legal counsel must deal with in plans, titles, transactions, permitting, and litigation.

Mr. McGregor slices the subject differently from the usual approach, however, explaining how these various law-related boundaries are determined, what they are for, how they are subject to change, and why not to be surprised when such boundaries morph or move.

The 2024 MALSCE Convention is scheduled to occur on Friday and Saturday March 1 and 2, at the Boxboro Regency Hotel & Conference Center. Mr. McGregor speaks on March 1.