Tract of land definition

Tract of land means all of the land separately assessed as a unit for the purpose of general taxation pursuant to s. 70.23.
Tract of land means one or more physically contiguous parcels of land owned or controlled by the same person or persons.
Tract of land means two (2) or more parcels that share a common property line and are under the same ownership.

Examples of Tract of land in a sentence

  • Tract of land must be located at least one-fourth (1/4) mile from any residence or commercial or industrial facility, or church or school, or any other facility operated and/or utilized by the general public other than the residence of the owner and/or operator of the subject facility.

  • Reserve: Tract of land, the legal title to which is held by the Crown, set apart for the use and benefit of an Indian band.

  • Parcel R: Tract of land situate on the east side of Richman Street in the City of Black Hawk, described as follows: Starting at Highway #119 right-of-way monument station 842+40; thence N.

  • SHAFFER DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER All that certain piece or parcel or Tract of land situate City of York, York County, Pennsylvania, and being known as 300 Parkway Boulevard, York, Pennsylvania 17404.

  • Tract of land, servitude, and lease described in R.S. 9:4861(12)(c) covering the well site of the operating interest.


More Definitions of Tract of land

Tract of land means a portion of property defined by a number assigned by the County Assessor Office.
Tract of land means a portion of land with defined boundaries created by a deed. A deed may describe one or more tracts.
Tract of land or "Parcel" means a discrete separate unit of land held by one owner or owners in common.
Tract of land means a contiguous area of land that consists of one or more parcels, lots, or sites that have been separately surveyed, regardless of whether the individual parcels, lots, or sites have been recorded and regardless of whether the one or more parcels or lots are under common or different ownership.
Tract of land means two (2) or more lots or parcels that share a common property line and are under the same ownership. (amendment 04-09/10-7, effective 4/24/2010)
Tract of land means two (2) or more lots or parcels that share a common property line and are
Tract of land means an expanse of land identified by address legally described with definitive boundaries.