BOUNDARY LINE vs. BOUNDARY LAND use in surveying.

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BOUNDARY, LAND — (SURVEY)- A line of demarcation between adjoining parcels of land. The parcels of land may be of the same or of different ownership, but distinguished at some time in the history of their descent by separate legal descriptions.

BOUNDARY LINE — (SURVEY)- A line along which two areas meet. A boundary line between privately owned parcels of land is usually termed a property line. If a boundary is a line of the United States public land surveys, it is given a particular designation, such as section line or township line.

BOUNDARY MONUMENT — (SURVEY)- A material object placed on or near a boundary line to preserve and identify the location of the boundary line on the ground.
 

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