side lines


side lines
The margins of something, such as a highway. 12 Am J2d Bound § 52. Lines on building lots established, sometimes by municipal regulation, but more often by restrictive covenants, to mark the limits of construction in the direction of either side of the lot. 20 Am J2d Cov § 238. The boundary lines of a mining claim which do not cross the vein, running on each side of it. 36 Am J1st Min & M § 90.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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