What is the Difference Between a Property Line and a Boundaries of a Lot?
We are unable to determine what Enforcement #1716 refers to. It may be a case number. Generally, a property line refers to a lot line on one side of a property, whereas boundary lines may refer to may than one lot line.
Please see the following Riverside zoning ordinance to determine applicability:
Section 21.47. LOT LINES.
The boundary lines of lots are: front lot line, the line dividing a lot from the street, or form a permanent access easement located on the same lot. On a corner lot only one street line shall be considered as a front lot line, and such front lot line shall be determined by the Commission. Rear lot line: The line opposite the front lot line. Side lot lines: Any lot lines other than the front lot line or the rear lot line.
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