Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-102 sets forth certain requirements survey notes made by a county land surveyor. The Arizona statute provides as follows:
A. The county's land surveyor shall make a certificate of full and correct minutes or field notes of the survey, disclosing the exact bearings and distances from each monument to the monument nearest it on any line in the township, and he shall also take bearings and distances from each monument set to those appropriate natural and artificial objects within a reasonable distance.
B. The certificate and minutes or field notes shall be filed with the county recorder of the county where the lands are located, who shall record them without charge.
If you have questions about the applicability or enforcement of this statute or a related real estate issue you should consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.