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Williams v. Moore The fact that plaintiffs’ expert used artificial monuments to challenge the accuracy of a plat does not render his testimony incompetent or inadmissible. Although natural boundaries are generally given more weight than artificial monuments, the rule does not provide an order of admissibility such that evidence of artificial boundaries is admissible only when there is no evidence of natural boundaries. We affirm judgment for plaintiffs.

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