# Using the Lot & Block Survey System

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### Which of the following is the smallest subdivision in the lot and block survey system?

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### 2. At what point does a plat become a legal record?

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## About This Quiz & Worksheet

The lot and block system is a recent development in real estate survey techniques. The quiz asks you about measurements and processes related to this method.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For the quiz, you will need to:

• Name the smallest subdivision in the lot and block system
• Select a technique that is not often used for identifying a lot
• Describe when a plat becomes a legal record
• Provide the term for breaking up a plat of land into smaller pieces
• Explain how individual lot measurements are usually surveyed

## Skills Practiced

• Knowledge application - utilize your knowledge to explain when a plat becomes a legal description
• Information recall - access the understanding you've gained from the lesson to name the smallest subdivision used in the lot and block method
• Reading comprehension - show that you can draw the most important information from the corresponding lesson on the lot and block survey system

## Additional Learning

Review the accompanying lesson named Using the Lot & Block Survey System to increase your understanding. Lesson objectives include:

• Describe how land is divided in the lot and block system
• Explain how additions work
• Understand the lot and block system by viewing a survey example
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