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A client asked me a question today about the limits of a parcel I surveyed for him. The parcel is in a recent subdivision, and for all immediate practical purposes the limits coincide with the dimensioned lot line and don't include any of the street ROW. However, the nature of the map got me to thinking: Where is the limit of the underlying fee title when the dimensioned "centerline" isn't at the midline of the right-of-way.
Here's a piece of the subdivision map showing the offset "centerline":
I've seen a lot of maps that show a monument line with dimensioned offsets to the centerline, but this seems to be a different animal. I've seen situations like this before, but never really thought much about them, and thought I'd pose the hypothetical question: If you were asked to identify the limit of underlying fee title, where would you (or a court) put it?
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