ABOUT NLC

Finding a trusted Professional Land Surveyor to resolve your Boundary Dispute can be a daunting task.

Past clients have told us that being in the middle of a land dispute and either filing or defending a civil suit has been one of the worst experiences of their lives.

Nettleman Land Consultants was created to provide fair, objective expert opinions about the land title and land boundary disputes. We love helping property owners.

From researching century-old legal descriptions, to finding long-lost land survey monuments, to creating simple, clear demonstrative exhibits for trial, NLC will do everything it can to help you.

If you are struggling to resolve a real property issue, contact us below and experience the NLC Difference.

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Dr. Charles A. "Tony" Nettleman, III, PhD, Esq

DIRECT: 404.539.3050
EMAIL: tn@cnettleman.net

About Dr. Nettleman

Dr. Tony Nettleman is a Land Surveying Engineer and Attorney that has been practicing for over 20 years.  He is the President and Owner of Nettleman Land Consultants.  Dr. Nettleman has held distinguished professorships at Texas A&M Corpus Christi, University of Florida, Florida Atlantic University, and Troy University.  He is currently the Director of the Nettleman Institute of Surveying Engineering (NISET) Tony currently teaches college courses, surveyor test prep, and continuing education courses both online and for national audiences. Tony also regularly serves as an expert witness in boundary, easement, title and riparian disputes. 

Education

  • PhD of Philosophy in Geomatics (U of Florida)
  • Juris Doctor (FIU)
  • Master of Science in Geospatial Surveying Engineering (TX A&M – Corpus Christi)
  • Bachelor of Science in Land Surveying Engineering (NMSU)

Licenses and Certificates

  • Alabama PLS
  • California PLS
  • New Mexico PS
  • South Dakota RPLS
  • Texas RPLS
  • Florida PSM
  • Florida Attorney

Areas of Expertise

  • PhD of Philosophy in Geomatics (U of Florida)
  • Juris Doctor (FIU)
  • Master of Science in Geospatial Surveying Engineering (TX A&M – Corpus Christi)
  • Bachelor of Science in Land Surveying Engineering (NMSU)

Professional Involvement

  • Program Evaluator for ABET
  • NMSU Scholarship Committee
  • NSPS, Chair of American Bar Sub-Committee
  • National Society of Professional Land Surveyors Member

Publications

Books

Robillard, Walter George; Nettleman III, C.A. 2016. Clark on Surveying and Boundaries. Lexis Pub.

Book Chapters

Robillard, W. G., Wilson, D. A., Brown, C. M, Nettleman III, C.A. (technical editor for water boundaries chapter) (2014). Brown’s Boundary Control and Legal Principles. John Wiley & Sons.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Published)

Nettleman III, C. A. 2017. “A Review of ABET-Accredited Bachelors of Surveying Programs.” Surveying and Land Information Science. 

Nettleman III, C. A., Adams, D., Ruppert, T. 2016 “A GIS Model of Rolling Easement Policies in Pinellas and Sarasota Florida” Journal of Ocean and Coastal Management.

Nettleman, III, C.A.; Ruppert, Thomas; Abd-Elrahman, Amr; Adams, Damian; Barnes, Grenville; Fik, Timothy; Dewitt, Bon. 2014 “GIS-based Modeling of Sea Level Rise’s Effect on Coastal Property Management Policies.” Surveying and Land Information Science.  

Nettleman, III, C.A.; Ruppert, Thomas; Abd-Elrahman, Amr; Adams, Damian; Barnes, Grenville; Fik, Timothy; Dewitt, Bon. 2012 “A Contemporary Review of Deficiencies Associated with Calculated Tidal Datums and Property Ownership Law ” Surveying and Land Information Sciences.

Nettleman III, C. A., Jeffress, Gary. 2010 “Necessity for a Dedicated Land Court.” Surveying and Land Information Science.

Li Bai, Risa Patarasuk, Yin-Hsuen Chen, Sanchayeeta Adhikari, C. A. Nettleman III, Scarlett Arana.2011 “Multi-criteria Approach for Wind Farm Site Selection in New Hampshire” Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing.

Calkins, B.; Aspaas, L.; Nettleman III, C.A.; Ramirez, A.; Spolar, K.; Trammell, T. 2008. “The Boundary Survey of the United States and Mexico ‘Hidalgo de Guadalupe Medir’-Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848).” Surveying and Land Information Science. (peer reviewed).

Past Boundary, Title, and Riparian Dispute Cases

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