Accessories to Corners Definition for Land Surveyors
accessories to corners [USPLS]—Exclusively identifiable physical objects whose spatial relationship to the corners has been recorded; physical objects adjacent to corners to which suck corners are referred for their future identification or restoration. Accessories include bearing trees, mounds, pits, ledges, rocks, and other natural features to which distances or directions, or both, from the corner or monument are known. Such accessories are usually considered a part of the monument.
Source: NSPS “Definitions of Surveying and Associated Terms\”, used with permission.
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