The general rule at common law as regards maps and surveys was that they were not receivable in evidence in the strict sense of the word either for or against the parties making them1. However, under the Civil Evidence Act 1995 many maps and plans may be admissible in evidence, particularly if they qualify as records held by public authorities2. They may also be admissible under the preserved common law rules3, as published works dealing with matters of a public nature4, as public documents5, or as evidence of reputation6. As
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