What is the Difference Between a Property Line and a Boundaries of a Lot?

Full Question:

REGARDING RR AND RA ZONED PROPERTY IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY WHAT SRE THE LEGAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MEANING OF PROPERTY LINE AND OR BOUNDARIES OF PREMISE? THIS IS REGARDING THE CODE ENFORCEMENT # 1716.
01/19/2011   |   Category: Zoning   |   State: California   |   #24036

Answer:

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.

Please see also:

http://www.tlma.co.riverside.ca.us/planning/content/zoning/ordnance/ord348_define.html

For further information, please see the contact information at the following link:

http://www.tlma.co.riverside.ca.us/planning/content/geninfo/contact_planning.html