Definitions for "Situs"
The method in which the parts of a plant are arranged; also, the position of the parts.
syn. sidedness. The position of the morphologic right atrium determines the sidedness and is independent of the direction of the cardiac apex, or the positions of the ventricles or the great arteries. situs ambiguus Indeterminate sidedness (in the setting of atrial isomerism). situs inversus Mirror-image sidedness, i.e. opposite of normal. Left-sided morphologic right atrium. situs inversus totalis Total mirror-image sidedness. The position of all lateralized organs is inverted. situs solitus Normal sidedness. Right-sided morphologic right atrium.
where the property is physically located.
The place where property is legally situated, the more or less permanent location of the property. Property Tax Rule 203, 204, & 205 of the California Code of Regulations.
in real estate, the physical location of a property; in personal property, the taxable location because personal property may be moved from one place to another.
The personal preference of people for one area over another, not necessarily based on objective facts and knowledge.