Lot line

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lot line

[′lät ‚līn]
(civil engineering)
The legal boundary line of a piece of property.

Lot line

The line which bounds a plot of ground described as a lot in the title to the property. The line is represented on paper, and may be expressed on the property by boundary markers at corners, a fence, stone wall, or other means of delineation.

lot line

The legally defined boundary or limit of a parcel of land.
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The definition still states that a building is a structure permanently affixed to the land, with floors and a roof, and is located within the lot lines of a zoning lot, but the definition has been expanded to state that a building is bounded by fire walls, has at least one primary entrance, provides the vertical circulation and exit systems required by the Building Code without reliance on other buildings, and contains the fire protection systems required by the Building Code without reliance on other buildings.
The Excel spreadsheet is used to compute linear distance in feet from an arbitrary starting point such as the north lot line of a street.
Setbacks from street and lot line may be no more than one metre, but high walls, fences, or hedges surround many homes, giving a strong sense of definition, enclosure, and visual privacy from the street
Some shrubs don't respect lot lines and will send up suckers on the far side .
The more you know about where the lineshave been drawn over time and how they've been marked, the better you'll be prepared to determine where your lot lines are.
Contract awarded for Street public parking lot lines yicheondong 95-8 creation construction
Two neighbors of the building came to the meeting to air their concerns about the affordable housing plan, citing lack of parking, unclear lot lines, and the historical architectural features of the building.
Complicating things was the fact that lot lines in the two subdivisions did not line up.
The new Bobcat Tll0 compact track loader boasts a narrow width of 47 inches so it can travel through narrow openings or grade on narrow lot lines without treading on a neighbor's property.
In addition, many lines are being relocated from rear lot lines to the front right of way.
swales that need to be constructed along lot lines in Phase 1 properties;