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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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He said the agencies should be compelled to redraft the disputed boundaries adding that the Mtito Andei boundary could easily be solved administratively by the two counties.
If there is a disagreement, there are two stages involved in a boundary dispute - establishing the boundary from the title deeds and any essential evidence and considering if the boundary has been amended by any informal agreement, the parties' conduct or adverse possession.
In these districts, every attendance boundary coincides with the entire school district boundary.
Board designers and NPI test engineers are working together to implement boundary scan design for test (DfT).
Boundary development from broad intermediary zones to linear boundaries from the conquest to the 17th century depended on a number of factors: demographic growth, expansion of land use, scarcity of free lands, needs of land consolidation, desire to improve area management, reinforcement of rights to land ownership (Selart, 1998).
We might want to avoid this often painful existential reality by imagining boundary rules that are set in stone and that are other than of our own construction.
Electrical interface to any tools that may be used as a user-friendly way of interacting with the embedded capabilities of boundary scan (Figure 1).
The book begins with a lengthy preface giving a rather vague notion of who a boundary leader is.
How, then, do we distinguish between the boundary crossings that create community and freedom and the border infringements that violate the same?
To avoid these difficulties, or at least replace them with more tractable ones, self-similarity was used in the analysis of an intermediate fixed boundary in place of the changing boundary.
Now, researchers say they've found a high concentration of fullerenes--soccerball-shape molecules of carbon also known as buckyballs--in sediments laid down at the so-called P-T boundary, the point in time between the Permian and Triassic periods.