Flashcards in Chapter 10: Legal Descriptions (FITB) Deck (15):
The most accurate method of legally describing property is the ____ ____ ____ method.
metes and bounds
The oldest and least accurate method of legally describing property is the ____ method.
The initial reference point in a metes and bounds legal description is the ____, then the ____ ____ ____.
monument, then the point of beginning
If a metes and bounds description returns exactly to the original starting point, it is called a ____.
The area of land lying between a line running east and west and a line lying either north or south and running parallel to it is called a ____.
A township is ____ miles square and contains ____ square miles.
A section is ____ mile square and contains ____ square mile.
There are ____ square feed in an acre.
There are ____ feet in a mile.
There are ____ acres in a section.
The area of land running north and south formed by two meridians is called a ____.
The rectangular survey system of property identification begins at a point in ____.
Properties located in subdivided areas are usually described using the ____ method.
A township identified as T25S, R18E would like ____ of T24S, R18E.