Lot Line


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Lot Line

A line on a geographic survey denoting the boundary of a property. This is important in determining property ownership.
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Contract awarded for In 2018 resident priority parking lot line maintenance work (annual unit price)
If you lack money, you go to the Philippine Heart Center and at the PGH-and a lot line up for it.
The Oakmont neighborhood in Collierville has many homes that are zero lot line.
Brown also has tall arborvitae on her back lot line that partially obscures the wall.
While the MTA has a right to build up to the lot line, the 69th Street co-op's recourse could be that the planned structure is larger than what was approved in the FEIS.
According to Wenatchee Family Auto owner David Frank's property survey, the car lot line was too close for Zabreznik's comfort.
On that, we put a 35-foot-wide house right on the lot line," says Merry Sedlak, vice president of marketing for Pulte's Bay Area division.
Measuring 55 feet wide at the rear lot line, the property splays out to 110 feet where it fronts a street that runs along the lakeshore.
The Excel spreadsheet is used to compute linear distance in feet from an arbitrary starting point such as the north lot line of a street.
Lot line setbacks, structure height restrictions and other zoning laws
Setbacks from street and lot line may be no more than one metre, but high walls, fences, or hedges surround many homes, giving a strong sense of definition, enclosure, and visual privacy from the street
Its quarter-acre lot size has one side wall placed on the lot line, providing a feeling of seclusion.