The master's domain was wide and complex, yet it had its metes and bounds
The Supreme Court merely set out-for future reference-the metes and bounds
of the President's exercise of the power to augment, nothing more,' he said.
Request for Qualification: Provide geotechnical engineering; structural engineering; subsurface utility engineering; metes and bounds
surveying;aerial photogrammetry; geohydrologic services; and environmental assessments with archeological and biological surveys.
The topics include the history and concept of boundaries, the creation and interpretation of metes and bounds
and other non-sectionalized descriptions, riparian and littoral boundaries, retracing and resurveying sectionalized lands, locating combination descriptions and conveyances, and the ethics and moral responsibilities of boundary creation and of retracements.
Early measurement efforts only established the metes and bounds
of those grants.
If the description is in metes and bounds
, trace each course and distance around the boundary from the "point of beginning" (which is the point on the property at which the description starts).
Describe the metes and bounds
system of land identification.
The preservation of a free Government requires not merely, that the metes and bounds
which separate each department of power be invariably maintained; but more especially that neither of them be suffered to overleap the great Barrier which defends the rights of the people.
Jay Quinn's debut novel Metes and Bounds
is a coming out story that does provide a unique perspective.
At the end of this computer lab seminar, participants will be able to: understand the terms involved with metes and bounds
descriptions; handle inputs to the computer; merge multiple parcels, with both sections and metes and bounds
formats; calculate areas and closure precision of individual parcels, measure overlaps or gaps; and deal with poorly written or incomplete descriptions.