Place at which a legal description of land using the metes and bounds method starts.
Beginning and ending point of a defined boundary.
A landmark used as the initial reference point in a metes and bounds description.
the intersection of the x-y axis in a layout system the uses dimensioning and coordinates to locate lines, points and areas for landscape construction
Used in metes and bounds descriptions to show where the property begins.
In a metes-and bounds legal description, the starting point of the survey, situated in one corner of the parcel; all metes-and-bounds descriptions must follow the boundaries of the parcel back to the point of beginning.
In a metes and bounds description, this is the starting point of the survey, from which the directions are given.
A survey reference point that is tied into adjoining surveys. In a metes and bounds description, courses that connect monuments or points are generally described from this point.
The starting point in a metes and bounds description of property, which is usually a street intersection or a specific monument.
Also known as POB; it is the starting point of reference given in a metes and bounds property description.
The Point of Beginning is a surveyor's mark on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border, just east of East Liverpool, Ohio. It marks the beginning location for the surveying of public lands that led to the opening of the Northwest Territory, and is the starting point of the surveys of all other lands to the west, reaching all the way to the Pacific Ocean. On September 30, 1785, Thomas Hutchins, first Geographer of the United States, began surveying the Seven Ranges at the Point of Beginning.