Numbers given to stakes that are used to mark distance along the ground when grading or excavating.
Stationary tools are typically larger than bench top units and are usually affixed to an individual base or stand. They are constructed to handle larger workpieces, frequent usage and provide more power for heavy duty jobs. They also accept a larger variety of accessories.
Window that does not open or close.
The probability that and degree to which the results of an experimental study describe an actual relationship between two factors beyond that which might be expected by pure coincidence.
(1) Position of an item. (2) Condition of real estate. (3) Legal standing of a case
Existing state of affairs at a particular time.
Law established by an act of legislature; civil or criminal.
Statute of frauds
A state law that provides that certain contracts must be in writing in order to be enforceable. With respect to real estate, negotiations and preliminary agreements may be oral but the final agreement must be in writing.
Statute of limitations
A specified statutory period in which prosecution or suit must be brought against a person, after which any action will be barred.
The owners of a subdivision or other property file a plat that results in a grant of public property, such as the streets in a development.