RE Law Quiz 2 - a San Bernardino b Mt Diablo c Humboldt d San Jose 6 Each township measures a 6 square miles b 12 square miles c 24 square miles d

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California Real Estate Law - 5 th Edition - by Huber & Tyler Bonus Quiz – Chapter 2 Copyright May 2005, Educational Textbook Company 1. Which of the following is NOT a method of property description? a. Geographic survey b. Metes and bounds c. Government survey d. Lot and block 2. The boundaries in the metes and bounds method are fixed by reference to: a. monuments b. courses c. distances d. all of the above 3. Compass bearings in metes and bounds descriptions are given by reference to a line running: a. east and west b. northeast by southwest c. north and south d. any of the above 4. Which of the following lines does NOT run north and south? a. Principal meridian b. Base lines c. Range lines d. Ranges 5. Which of the following is NOT one of the principal meridians in California?
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Unformatted text preview: a. San Bernardino b. Mt. Diablo c. Humboldt d. San Jose 6. Each township measures: a. 6 square miles b. 12 square miles c. 24 square miles d. 36 square miles 7. Under the lot and block method, land is described by reference to a map called a: a. subdivision plat b. recorded plat c. metropolitan plat d. township plat 8. A datum is a (an): a. type of Japanese sports car b. metal or concrete marker c. artificial horizontal plane of elevation d. term to describe large quantities of data 9. Things built on the land and things growing on the land are called: a. personal property b. attachments c. trade fixtures d. fructus propetorus 10. Manmade attachments are called: a. fixtures b. emblements c. personal property d. secured items 1...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course REAL ESTAT 330 taught by Professor Hadley during the Spring '11 term at American College of Computer & Information Sciences.

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