What is boundry line in plan of construction site?
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Boundary line :
Definition of boundary line :
A boundary line is defined as a boundary presumed to exist between two buildings on the same site.
(Above image of boundary line will definitely clear your doubt.)
In simple words, the boundary is a line between the two plots. The boundary is an outer line of our own land, and beyond that line, other property starts.
Boundary line is also called as a property line or lot line.
Under the boundary of a plot, the owner has the legal authority to construct a structure.
Boundry line is the boundry of the land that belongs to a building of a plan. It can be also said as plot line of the plan. Thus, we can also say boundry line means the line beyond which the land or property is not owned, leased or controlled by the land owner.
Boundary line in the plan of the site means the outline of the site beyond which the ownership of the owner of the land where the site is, ends and someone else’s land or government property begins.
It is basically the boundary of the plot.