Property boundary definition

Property boundary means the surveyed line at ground surface, which separates the real property owned, rented, or leased by one or more persons, from that owned, rented, or leased by one or more other persons, and its vertical extension.
Property boundary. ’ means the boundary of the prop- erty owned or leased by a common owner or lessor, regardless of whether public or private roads run through the property.
Property boundary means the boundary of the total contiguous parcel of land owned by a common owner, regardless of whether public or private roads run through the parcel.

Examples of Property boundary in a sentence

  • Property, boundary, easement, right-of-way, and other special surveys or data, including establishing relevant reference points.

  • Property boundary and footpath levels must not be altered without the prior written consent form the Responsible Authority.

  • Property boundary lines and dimensions of the property and any significant topographical or physical features of the property.

  • Property boundary lines including dimensions to the nearest one-hundredth of a foot.

  • Property boundary walls and fences are not to be used as backstops at any time.


More Definitions of Property boundary

Property boundary means an imaginary line exterior to any enclosed structure, at ground surface, which separates the property of one (1) or more persons from that owned by others, and its vertical extension. (Ord. 106360 § 221, 1977.)
Property boundary means the edge of a contiguous parcel of land owned or leased by a common owner or lessee. Contiguous land shall include land separated by a public right-of-way, if that land would otherwise be contiguous.
Property boundary means an imaginary line exterior to any enclosed structure, at the ground surface, and its vertical extension, which separates the real property owned by one person from that owned by another person.
Property boundary means the surveyed line at ground level which separates real property.
Property boundary means an imaginary line exterior to any enclosed structure, at the ground surface, and its vertical extension, which separates the real property owned by one person from that owned by another person and separates real property from the public premise, or in multiple dwelling units from adjoining units, such as a wall between two apartments.
Property boundary means an imaginary line at the ground surface, and its vertical extension that separates the real property owned by one person from that property owned by another person.
Property boundary means the outside edge of the property, which includes all the equipment, registered under this Permit. The property may consist of one or more continuous and adjacent properties if they are owned, leased, or under direct control of the owner or operator.