Metes and bounds

Metes and bounds,

Definition of Metes and bounds:

  1. Method of demarcating a piece of land by angular directions and distances in feet or meters, and not described merely as bounded by natural or man-made features of the close-by land. It details all the boundary lines of the land, and their terminal points and angles, with reference to fixed points such as roads, streams, and adjoining properties.

Meaning of Metes and bounds & Metes and bounds Definition