Historic exterior wall construction can be of log, stone, brick, frame or stucco over such. In the more modern era, wall material could be of formed concrete, glass, or metal. Carrera glass was an early 20th century innovation producing a sleek, smooth coloured glass finish, often applied to first floor walls of commercial buildings.
The terms shore, bank, and water's edge, applied to navigable, non-tidal bodies of water, are synonymous as lines of demarcation and that the physical evidence to be sought in defining these lines may be described as follows: (a) Edge of the water in its natural condition. (b) Utmost border of dry land. (c) A line dividing the bed from the banks. (d) The water's edge. (e) An over-riding condition throughout that such lines of demarcation must be related to or governed by the water, (i) In its natural condition, (ii) Where its presence and action are common and usual in ordinary years.
An area (including swamp, marsh, bog, prairie pothole, or similar area) having a predominance of hydric soils that are inundated or saturated by surface water or groundwater at a frequency and duration sufficient to support and that under normal circumstances supports the anaerobic condition that supports the growth and regeneration of hydrophytic vegetation.
A marker that is set at least 1.0 metre away from true location of the property corner, to "witness" the location of the true point, when a legal marker or monument cannot be set exactly at the location of the property corner.
A monument, placed on a boundary of a parcel, which witnesses the position of a point that cannot be monumented. The point is defined by the distance and direction from the witness monument. A point can have only one witness monument defining its position.