2017 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 6 - Tennessee Coordinate System
§ 66-6-105. Description of location of survey stations or land boundary corners -- Reliance on system not required.
- (a) For purposes of describing the location of any survey station or land boundary corner in this state, it shall be considered a complete, legal, and satisfactory description of such location to give the position of such survey station or land boundary corner on either system of plane coordinates defined in this chapter; provided, that any person choosing to use a system of plane coordinates to describe any such survey station or land boundary after December 31, 1992, shall use the Tennessee Coordinate System of 1983.
- (b) Nothing contained in this chapter shall require a purchaser or mortgagee of real property to rely wholly on a property description, any part of which depends exclusively upon either Tennessee coordinate system.
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