We have a property line dispute because of the neighbor's surveyor. By his own admission, he used some questionable control points and neglected to check some clearly marked dimensions on a plat map, but he maintains he's correct. To get our property back, a circuit court judge will decide on the accuracy of the survey, or we will press for adverse possession. Price tag? About $10K. Our title insurance has an exclusionary clause. We're told we can't sue the sureveyor in small claims court because he didn't enter into a contract with us. A case for slander of title is rarely used and hard to prove. Is there any way to hold the surveyor responsible for our legal costs, or does he just walk? The real laugh is that the neighbors could sue him for their legal bills for losing land that never belonged to them in the first place! How do I recover my legal expenses? Help!