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Border

A set line denoting the extremities of a country, government, legal jurisdiction or property. Borders for governments or jurisdictions are agreed between parties or set by a higher authority. Borders between properties are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new borders within his old property.

boundary

The perimeter of a property as fixed in the legal property description. Boundary line disputes are common,emotional,and often end up in years of litigation and sometimes mayhem.If one is buying property in a subdivision, it is advisable to have the seller locate and point out the markers at the corners of the property.These may or may not be consistent with fence lines, shrubberies, driveways, or even structures built on the wrong side of the boundary.If buying nonsubdivision property, employ the services of a licensed professional surveyor to determine the proper boundary.

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to Eq 14 on [[GAMMA].sub.T] as if it were a natural boundary condition.
He said: "We have always been concerned that the M6 Toll would become the natural boundary of Birmingham.
But the steep Mucklow Hill presented a pronounced natural boundary with Halesowen and for centuries Quinton was an isolated place.
A spokesman said: "The M50 seems like a natural boundary and the changes are purely for operational reasons."
The mighty Ohio River, which flooded half the state in 1937,acts as a natural boundary around North Kentucky, which is also home to many sites connected with the underground railroad and the anti-slavery movement.
The 80cm-high fence was later put up across the shared garden to support a hedge intended to form a natural boundary between the judge's property, a former rectory, and the Malias' home, a grade II-listed 14th century pele tower.
Most of the walks go through the Sierra de Gredos mountains, which serve as a natural boundary between those regions.
At the same time, it forms a natural boundary to the property and a private, walled garden.
Embarrassingly, the judge has had to submit a retrospective application for permission to retain the fence, which supports a recently-planted hedge intended to eventually form a natural boundary between the two properties.
(C) The lake that forms a natural boundary between Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania: --
The hills became a great natural boundary of the western borders of the Saxon kingdom.
This attractive development of two, three and four-bedroom homes is situated within a natural boundary of mature trees.