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What is a Property Corner?

A property corner (which is also known as a survey monument) is a change in the direction of a property line. These corners are often marked with metal property pins (which make them easier to find because they can be located with a metal detector)
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Answer: Property corners are normally some type of metal object. A rebar is the most common during the last 20 years but some surveyors use pipes. Older surveys may have older type metal objects. Sometimes, again on old projects, a tree, or a stable fence post may have been used. But, never assume the fence corner is the correct corner.
Pro17 Engineering, LLC
Answer: A property corner is a geographical position for the limits of ownership of real property. Typically if surveyed they are marked by a physical monument.
Skinner Land Survey Co., Inc.
Answer: A marker of some kind at the bend of a property line, which is the dividing line between two properties.
B. Terrell Meunier, Land Surveyor
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