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In a metes-and-bounds legal description of land, the necessity that the various calls and distances culminate at the point of beginning, so the shape described is “closed.” If the shape is not closed and the property description is inaccurate in some regard, then the transaction violates the statute of frauds and the transfer is void.The drawing to the right is of a property description without closure.

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Conclusion: Mean post-operative analgesic requirement is significantly less in non-closure group as compared to closure group during open appendectomy.
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When closure is blocked, we feel anxiety, and are motivated to try to reduce that anxiety.
The CEPT is built on the financial, logistics and closure data resident in the information warehouse maintained by the NAVICP.
Owners and operators intending to close their tanks permanently must notify DEC at least 30 days prior to commencing closure activities or undertaking a change-in-service.
In practice, companies account for closure and removal liabilities in several different ways--partially because those obligations may not be satisfied for many years, the board noted.
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