A distinct portion or plot of land, usually smaller than a field; as, a building lot in a city.
A parcel of land, generally part of a series of parcels which make up a subdivision, the boundaries of which are created by and shown on a PLAT.
Smallest area of land suitable for building or occupational purposes; normally by platting.
A lot is the place in the cemetery used for burial of a casket or cremated remains. Many people call this a grave or "plot".
A designation given to a parcel within a survey.
A parcel or a single article that is the subject matter of a separate sale or delivery, whether or not it is sufficient to perform the contract.
A measured parcel of land having fixed boundaries.
a parcel of land having fixed boundaries; "he bought a lot on the lake"
divide into lots, as of land, for example
a specific piece of land Square footage is the area of a specific property
A piece of land having specific boundaries, such as the piece of property on which a house is located.
means a grave, crypt, niche or lot.
A plot of land, generally a subdivision of a city, town, or village block, or some other distinct tract, represented and identified by a recorded plat.
A parcel of land designated by a number or other symbol as a part of a legally approved and recorded subdivision or as described by metes and bounds and recorded in the County Probate Office.
A portion of a subdivision or any other parcel of land intended as a unit for building development or for transfer of ownership or both.
A parcel of land in a subdivision.
Generally, any portion or parcel of real property. Usually refers to a portion of a subdivision.
A tract, plot, or portion of a land parcel intended as a unit for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of transfer of ownership or for building development.
A parcel of land. Lots formed part of the basic land description system in Ontario.
A parcel of land intended to be a unit for development created by lease, conveyance, option or for transfer of ownership, whether immediate or future, and capable of being shown on a Plan that can be recorded at the Registry of Deeds.
A term often used to describe a piece of land that a home will be built on.
A part of a subdivision or block having fixed boundaries ascertainable by reference to a plat or survey.
The lot refers to the entire property or parcel where the home will be built, including city utility easements. The lot size is typically expressed in terms of square feet, linear feet or acreage. The lot size determines which home models can be built on each lot.
Lot An individual parcel or plot of land. Each lot is assigned a unique identification number by the Department of Finance.
A piece of land having specific boundaries, especially one constituting a part of a city, town, or block
a distinct, measured piece of land having fixed boundaries and designated on a plot or survey.
Generally, one of several contiguous parcels of land making up a fractional part or subdivision of a block, the boundaries of which are shown on recorded maps and “ plats”.
A separately assessed parcel of land.
Referring to any parcel of land.
A measured section of land, often a particular parcel of land on a registered plan.
space in the cemetery used, or intended to be used, for the interment of human remains. The term includes and applies to one or more than one adjoining grave and or space, one or more than one adjoining crypt or one or more than one adjoining niche.
A portion of land in a subdivision or other parcel of land under single ownership, intended as a unit for transfer of ownership or for development, and, when more than one parcel, contiguous.
1. A distinct piece of land; a piece of land that forms a part of a district, community, city block, etc.; 2. A smaller portion into which a city block or subdivision is divided; described by reference to a recorded plat or by definite boundaries; a piece of land in one ownership, whether platted or unplatted.
A lot is a parcel of land, including any building and the accessory buildings or uses customarily incidental to it, including such yards and open spaces required by this zoning code, except land occupied by streets, alleys, or public thoroughfares. A lot is the land shown as a lot on a plat, recorded survey map, or described by metes and bounds, for the purpose of sale, lease or the creation of a building site, and filed in the office of the county ........... recorder. A corner lot is a lot at the junction of and fronting on two or more intersecting streets.
Each New York City parcel of land is divided into lots for the purpose of identification.
A parcel of ground with boundaries determined by the county.
A measured parcel of land that has fixed boundaries.
Any surveyed piece of land to which a lot number has been assigned by the Director of Survey.
The basic development unit. An area with fixed boundaries, used or intended to be used by one building and its accessory building(s), and not divided by any public highway or alley. A zoning lot must meet the requirements of the zoning district in which it is located, and it must front on a public street or an approved private street.
A designated parcel or tract of land, identified by a legal description or single folio number, established by plat, subdivision, or as otherwise permitted by law, to be used, developed or built upon as a unit, or used for the purpose of property division.
In real estate, a lot is a tract or parcel of land owned or meant to be owned by some owner(s). A lot is essentially considered a parcel of real property in some countries or immovable property (meaning practically the same thing) in other countries. Possible owner(s) of a lot can be one or more person(s) or another legal entity, such as a company/corporation, organization, government, or trust.