- An irregular boundary is represented on a plan by an irregular line drawn between 2 surveyed positions. Irregular boundaries can be captured:
- by adopting an irregular line that already exists in Landonline
- from a previously approved survey, such as tracing over an irregular line on a previous survey plan
- from new survey work provided by the surveyor, such as an irregular boundary imported as part of a LandXML file
- by tracing over aerial imagery.
- To capture an irregular line, you must have a start and end position as part of your survey. These cannot be the same position, such as drawing around a lake or island and starting and ending at the same point.
- For irregular boundaries, you must also populate the relevant fields in Landonline such as capture type, legal description, and physical description.
- The exception process may be required if any existing nodes in Landonline are likely to cause distortion to your irregular line.
For functionality common across a number of panels, see The panels section.
Learn about the key differences with Legacy Landonline.