My question involves real estate located in the State of: Texas
I have lived and owned my property since 1996. Paid cash at closing and have title insurance from that time.. bought a mobile home and as Texas law then required an acre be pledged. I use what is called a land in leiu ( put up 1 acre for down payment) lender required a survey....which was set out of the nearly 4 acres that I purchased. My son in law 8 yyrs later buys 11 acres beside me and was a bank loan. over a coarse of 4 yrs he refianced it twice and was surveyed each time. He has since lost the property and bank finally has sold the property.. the new owner has had it surveyed and now claims my markers (with survry caps and was used as markers for set back's for septic codes and set back for well as per county codes). My survey also has been cert. in 1996 and was filed in county court volume with deed. My question is after 16 years of using present stakes (smooth 1/2 in iron rod with plastic marker surveryors ) can his new survey take presidence or mine just because he says his surveyor told him mine is wrong... ?