I am in the final stages of a 5 year legal battle over a 4% undivided interest in a hill country ranch. During my preparation I discovered a 300’ discrepancy in the north border of a 95 acre tract. In 1986 my Aunt sold the 95 acre tract to the adjoining west boundary land owner. The north boundary was on the south side of the road/creek. In 1990 that ranch was sold to another person, and the boundary was accepted. In 2000 that same ranch was sold again and the new owner ordered a new survey. The new survey was made showing the boundary on the north side of the road/creek. The North boundary meandered with Ash Creek and the road ran along the south side of the creek. There was an existing fence on each side of the road/creek allowing for a 300’ wide flash flood corridor. I discovered this error in 2009 when a survey was done by the Trustee of the Trust and discovered 40 acres was missing. I informed the Trustee of the issue and he chose to ignore it and has since sold all of his interest in the Estate/Trust.