Legal description

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Legal description

A written documentation of the location and boundaries of a parcel of land. A legal description may be based on a metes and bounds survey, the rectangular system of survey, or it may make reference to a recorded plot of land.
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Quit claim deed, Christian County Trustee to City of Assumption, same land description as above.
In general, the legal land description is required but various private registry offices can perform an additional search using the municipal address.
ORDER: Holy Land Franciscans PLACE: Holy Land DESCRIPTION: For 800 years, the Holy Land Franciscans have been following in the footsteps of Jesus.
"There's no land description. We filed to challenge the validity of the Port Dover Plank Road in 1988, and the 1841 surrender in 1989.
Search land patent records by patentee name or land description.
The process is commonly called the rectangular system of land description. This system is explained in the following sections.
They provide that (1) if the land description or rights of the parties described in the mortgage vary from that shown in the registry, the registry's details shall be conclusive; and (2) if registered rights are mistakenly canceled, those rights will be deemed to not exist.
In another, similar experience, an appraiser clearly disclosed questions relative to the land description and size.
Survey stations in a land description are connected by a set of instructions telling you how to find the next station.
system did record full deeds containing land descriptions, but
The guide helps readers understand legal land descriptions and how they relate to present-day locations.
These records, hereafter referred to as taxation land descriptions (Swedish insyningsprotokoll), are extremely valuable: they provide us with information regarding the location and boundaries of specific taxation lands, their physical and environmental settings, and who was given the right to use them.

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