Contiguous definition

Contiguous means two or more tracts of land lying in the same legal section that have separate legal descriptions, but which have at least a partially common boundary line.
Contiguous means land adjoining or touching by common corner or otherwise. Land having common ownership divided by a road or other right-of-way shall be considered contiguous.
Contiguous means lots, parcels or fractional interests that share a common boundary or point. Lots, parcels or fractional interests are not contiguous if they are separated by either of the following:

Examples of Contiguous in a sentence

  • That the Code of the Town of Barnstable, Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 240, Article VIII, Nonconformities, §240-91H is hereby amended by adding a new paragraph (2) as follows: (2) As of Right: Merged Lots Each Containing a Minimum Area of 43,560 Square Feet of Contiguous Upland.

  • See 175 CSR 5 private clubs may only purchase from any retail outlet within the Zone or a Contiguous Zone where the private club is located.

  • On June 8, 2014, the Company completed staking additional claims Contiguous to the initial claims purchased.On July 29, 2014 the Company completed a further purchase of 15 additional mineral claim applications from the same vendors.

  • Contiguous United States (CONUS) means the 48 contiguous States and the District of Columbia Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) means purchasing products or services that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose.

  • Contiguous: is a contiguous buffer of elements described byBucket (A¯B)BA1 Alternating (A¯B¯)B1...BA2...B2a predefined, basic MPI datatype (no derived data- type).Tiled (AB): is a contiguous unit of A elements repeated with a stride of B elements, requirement B > A (the case B = A would be a contiguous layout).


More Definitions of Contiguous

Contiguous means lots, parcels or fractional interests that
Contiguous means land adjoining and touching other property
Contiguous means land adjoining or touching by common corner
Contiguous. 56031. (a) "Contiguous" means territory that abuts or shares a common boundary with territory within a local agency:
Contiguous means any of the following:
Contiguous means lots, parcels or lots and parcels that have a common boundary, includ- ing but not limited to, lots, parcels or lots and parcels separated only by a public road.
Contiguous means lots, parcels or fractional interests that share