Information about property lines can be found at the local assessor's office, the deed to the property or the county recorder's office. Property survey maps also have property line information, or a surveyor can be hired to outline the property lines.
Property lines are the defined points that show where one property ends and another begins. A property owner uses property lines to help determine where he can legally erect structures, such as a shed or fence. If there are no property line descriptions found on record through pubic recording offices, a surveyor can be hired to measure the property lines.