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Corner Points Vs Corner Point Boundaries
In the process of boundaries being created the markers for these are called lines and corner points. Lines are invisible or distinctive such as a tree line creek or even a fence that was put up that would connect two corner points or terminal points. A corner point can also be along the line of there is a third party involved with that line. The corner points do not have to be on the line in its self but must have a distinctive description on exactly how it will be found.
These corners are usually marked my monuments which are the physical market that can be driven in the group or placed in an easy to find an area for a future surveyor can come out and find it at any time. There are also two different kinds of monuments. There is the natural and the artificial monuments. A natural
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Understanding the conflict between the macro and the micro boundary changes when discussing different ideas and locations such as if you doing the nation and states the boundary of the nation would be macro while the states be micro. Then while a town could be macro while the neighborhood lots are the micro. When creating a boundary there are different ways of accomplishing this goal. First there is by action where a surveyor so someone goes out at actually marks out the property line. Then there is by word where you can verbally explain on how the plot will be lined off the a. Surveyor will have to go out and from the coverall description actually create the boundary lines and corner marks. The last way a boundary can be created is through the law where if two land owners having conflict the law can settle it by assigning a surveyor to go out and make a line to show where it is to resolve the issue. In creating a boundary only a surveyor or the landowner can create a line to change the plot of

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