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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Appraiser Jonathan Miller, president of the firm Miller Samuel, said the co-ops could stand to lose between 5 and 20 percent of their value -- the lower amount for apartments with already obstructed views that would lose even more sunlight, and the higher for those with clear views that would have their lot line windows bricked up.
The field personnel collecting data can enter geographic feature descriptions such as street name associated lot lines as the instrument test data is collected.
Thus, older urban districts often have rows of long narrow homes (some with workshops, offices, or small stores in front), built right to the lot lines.
One corner of it was already filled with a spa, and when a power company easement along the lot line prevented them from sinking the pond into the ground, they needed a unique approach.
the services will include but not limited to: reviewing submitted subdivision and record of survey maps, reviewing applications for lot line adjustment, certificate of compliance, and ccsf expedited conversion condominium projects, reviewing tentative mapswriting legal description of city and county of san francisco parcels, providing support to the city and county surveyor with research, policy writing, and related tasks.
The applicant proposed creating a new residential lot as well as proposing a lot line adjustment.
However, it is vital to have an understanding of property rights and divisions, especially easements, zoning lot mergers and lot line mergers.
Zero lot line designs with side court and rear loading garages place a strong emphasis on outdoor views, deck, patios, and side verandahs.
In remodel, the house expanded to the south, following the angled lot line.
Air rights--the Floor to Air Ratio, or FAR, not being used by a building that can be transferred through Zelda (zoning lot merger)--give developers the right to expand their buildings, allow lot line windows to be used as regular windows, allow for more residential building and provide more flexibility for design.