Encumbrances are limitations on the rights and use of the land. Easements are a common encumbrance but there are many others such as grazing rights, fishing rights, development rights, and floodplains. Legally an encumbrance is a right or interest in the land of another that may diminish its value but does not prevent its sale. Most encumbrances run with the land (consistent with the passing of the fee by conveyance). That is, they are tied to the land and will persist from owner to owner. Others exist at the pleasure of the owner, such as leases. Typically leases and similar encumbrances have an effective date and expiration date.
This layer is a component of Zoning Basemap.
The zoning basemap is part of the zoning ordinance and describes the boundaries of zone districts. Zone districts and their corresponding regulations govern the use, placement, spacing, and size of land and buildings.
Zoning is tracked and rendered on each parcel. At smaller scales, this basemap aggregates individual zoning categories into general patterns that identify trends in a given community.
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|Data type||Vector multipolygon|
|Attributes||Encumbrance_Identification_Number, Last_Editor, GlobalID, AREA, STArea, Created_On, Encumbrance_Type, Created_By, Last_Update_Date, Document_Index_Number, STLength|
|Services||Vector Query API|
|Added||16 Sep 2016 ago|
|Last checked||1 Sep 2018 ago|