fronting and abutting property


fronting and abutting property
A term, frequently used in statutes providing for street improvement by special assessment, for property between which and the improvement there is no intervening land. Wilburton v McConnell, 119 Okla 242, 249 P 708.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • fronting and abutting — Very often, fronting signifies abutting, adjoining, or bordering on, depending largely on the context. Rombauer v. Compton Heights Christian Church, 328 Mo. 1, 40 S.W.2d 545, 551. As used in statutes relating to assessment for improvements,… …   Black's law dictionary

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