Lot Corner Tie
The lot corner tie anchors the property to the underlying lot. By regulation, all survey plans and legal descriptions must show a distance or distances between surveyed land and one of the lot corners identified in the underlying lot fabric. These abbreviations are also used in various land registry office documents for convenience.
Connects the survey plan location with respect to its official underlying lot fabric.
Why is this important?
These measurements will show you where the subdivision lies within the larger "underlying lot fabric".