Abutting definition

Abutting means bordering upon, to touch upon, or in physical contact with. Sites are considered abutting even though the area of contact may be only a point.
Abutting means having property or district lines in common.
Abutting means adjoining and includes properties having a common boundary or a building or buildings that share at least one wall. Properties are not abutting where they share only one boundary point as opposed to a boundary line.

Examples of Abutting in a sentence

Consent of Abutting Owners (Attachment “B” ) signed by neighbouring property owners*PLEASE NOTE: All owners of both neighbouring properties must sign Consent.FOR ORALetter of Agreement (Attachment “C”) signed by all owners abutting ORA.

P-1 Zone Abutting Residential, Mixed Residential or Commercial Zone(s).1.


More Definitions of Abutting

Abutting means having a common border with, or being separated from such a common border by a right of way, alley or easement.
Abutting means adjoining with a common boundary line.
Abutting means land having a common property line or separated only by an alley, easement or private street.
Abutting means to have boundaries that touch. When two parcels have a street or alley that runs between the two parcels, the two parcels are not abutting.
Abutting means a lot line that has any point in common with another lot line that is not part of street line or lane. Abutting may also mean two or more parcels sharing a common boundary of at least 1 point.
Abutting means bordering upon, to touch upon, or in physical contact with. Sites are considered
Abutting means bordering.