Project architect Bill Lobb said that the property line on one side of the pool was not defined by steel survey pins.
What does P/L stand for?
P/L stands for Property Line
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We have 105 other meanings of P/L in our Acronym Attic
- Professionally Known As
- Packet Loss
- Packing List (shipping)
- Parting Line (moldmaking)
- Parts List
- Personal Lines
- Product Liability
- Profit and Loss
- Proprietary Limited Company (Australian corporation law)
- Providing and Laying (civil engineering)
- Pulsed Laser
- Payload Compartment
- Physical and Mechanical
- Pipe Major (director of bagpipe music in a Scottish pipeband)
- Powder Metallurgy
- Prostate/Muscle Background (ratio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Landlord's diagram showed that the entire original area within the property lines wasn't completely resurfaced.
The dock is about 15 feet from the abutting property line and the structure is 30 feet long, Mr.
Deftly covering laws concerning such issues as water runoff and flooding, trees that hang over property line, problems with neighboring businesses, noisy neighbors, unclear boundary lines, blocked views, high or unsightly "spite" fences, dangerously deteriorating fences, dangers to children, and so much more, Neighbor Law is a complete and thorough compendium ideal for non-specialist general readers wanting to know (and be able to enforce) their rights as a property owner in a neighborhood of property owners.
Since the 50-50 Sidewalk Program started in July, 500 property owners have applied for the pleasure of going Dutch to have the city repair the sidewalks crossing their property lines.
In the first quarter of 2005, prices in general liability and commercial property lines appear to be fulfilling those forecasts.
So they formed associations that manned line camps, where the "line" was the property line between customary grazing districts.
They do not respect property lines, or the boundaries of the human body.