A boundary line is a line along which two areas meet. A boundary line between privately owned parcels of land is usually termed a property line. A boundary line between political entities (such as counties, states, or countries) is usually termed a political boundary. If a boundary is a line of the United States public land surveys, it is given a particular designation, such as section line or township line.
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