Boundary (real estate)

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A unit of real estate or immovable property is limited by a legal boundary (sometimes also referred to as a property line or a lot line).wikipedia
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Cadastre

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A cadastral map displays how boundaries subdivide land into units of ownership. A 'Western' version of the operationalization might be a legally specified procedure, performed by a chartered surveyor, supported by statements from neighbors and pertinent documents, and resulting in official recording in the cadastre as well as boundary markings in the field.
Cadastral surveys document the boundaries of land ownership, by the production of documents, diagrams, sketches, plans (plats in USA), charts, and maps.

Digital Cadastral DataBase

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Digital Cadastral DataBase (DCDB) is a computerised map or 'spatial' location showing property boundaries normally in relation to adjoining and other close properties or parcels of land.

Metes and bounds

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The metes and bounds method is also used to provide a legal description of a property.

Border

Real estate

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A unit of real estate or immovable property is limited by a legal boundary (sometimes also referred to as a property line or a lot line).

Real property

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A unit of real estate or immovable property is limited by a legal boundary (sometimes also referred to as a property line or a lot line).

Right to property

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The boundary (in Latin: limes) may appear as a discontinuation in the terrain: a ditch, a bank, a hedge, a wall, or similar, but essentially, a legal boundary is a conceptual entity, a social construct, adjunct to the likewise abstract entity of property rights.

Ownership

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A cadastral map displays how boundaries subdivide land into units of ownership.

Jurisdiction

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However, the relations between society, owner, and land in any culture or jurisdiction is conceived of in terms more complex than a tessellation.

Tessellation

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However, the relations between society, owner, and land in any culture or jurisdiction is conceived of in terms more complex than a tessellation.

Operationalization

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A 'Western' version of the operationalization might be a legally specified procedure, performed by a chartered surveyor, supported by statements from neighbors and pertinent documents, and resulting in official recording in the cadastre as well as boundary markings in the field.

Chartered Surveyor

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A 'Western' version of the operationalization might be a legally specified procedure, performed by a chartered surveyor, supported by statements from neighbors and pertinent documents, and resulting in official recording in the cadastre as well as boundary markings in the field.

Songline

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Alternatively, indigenous people represent boundaries through ephemeral performances, such as song and dance, and, when in more permanent form, e.g. paintings or carvings, in artistic or metaphorical manner.

Surveying

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Legal boundaries are usually established by a professional surveyor using a transit and or modern Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.

Theodolite

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Legal boundaries are usually established by a professional surveyor using a transit and or modern Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.

Global Positioning System

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Legal boundaries are usually established by a professional surveyor using a transit and or modern Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.

Plat

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The coordinates of the property line are often described on a drawing called a "plot plan" or "plat" by indicating the length of the boundary along a specific compass bearing in relation to a verifiable "point of beginning".

City limits

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City limit/boundary refer to the defined boundary or border of a city.

Open-fields doctrine

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Since Katz grounded privacy in persons rather than places, they argue, landowners who have taken affirmative steps to exclude the public such as fencing or posting the bounds assert a privacy interest sufficient to prevail over any warrantless search of the property where common exceptions such as hot pursuit and plain view do not apply.