Quiz 11 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate Lesson 11 Cumulative...

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Legal Aspects of Real Estate Lesson 11 Cumulative Quiz 1. Which would provide the least ambiguous description of a property, for purposes of a deed? A. A legal description B. A reference such as 'all my lands' C. A street address D. A tax assessor's number A 2. Which method of legal description makes reference to monuments, courses, and distances? C. Metes and bounds 3. Which of the following statements about a metes and bounds description is true? C. The courses and distances must continue until they return to the point of beginning 4. Which method of land description uses a series of grids based on fixed survey markers? A. Government survey 5. The principal north/south line in a government survey grid is the: B. principal meridian 6. Which of the following is not one of the three principal meridians in California? A. Humboldt B. Mt. Diablo C. San Bernardino D. Willamette D 7. Which of the following statements is true? C. There are 36 sections in a township 8. A township is formed by the intersection of: D. a township tier and a range 9. What is the term for a section that is not precisely one mile square?
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B. Government lot
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course REAL 12 taught by Professor Haynes during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.

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Quiz 11 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate Lesson 11 Cumulative...

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