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How to Map - Metes and Bounds Tracts with Curves

Question asked by skylerdh90 on Jun 19, 2018

Hey Everyone, 

I'm a Planning Technician working for the City and I have some older documents and they are in metes and bounds and for some reason I can't get this tract to map out properly. I'll copy in the description below, I've been using the traverse tool but no matter what combination of numbers I put in I can't seem to get the right output.

 

Thence South 08-52-46 West distance of 61 Feet, Thence in a Southerly Direction along an 11.837  degree curve to the left a distance of 58.62 feet to its point of intersection with a 19.099 degree curve whose tangent at this point bears South 83-29-42 West, Thence along said 19.099 degree curve to a distance of 25.42 feet to a point of reverse curvature, Thence along a 38.453 degree curve to the left a distance of 122.23 feet to a point of curvature on a compound curve, Thence along a 31.831 degree curve to the left a distance of .5 feet to the most Northerly Northeast corner of !!Property!!, Thence South 48-47-54 East a distance of 61 ft to the intersection with a 48.147 degree curve, Thence in a Northeasterly direction along said 48.148 degree curve to the right a distance of .33 feet to a point of curvature on a compound curve, Thence along a 65.109 degree curve to the right a distance of 72.19 feet to a point of reverse curvature, Thence along a 15.871 degree curve tot he left a distance of 99.59 feet to its intersection with the West right-of-way line of !!Road!! whose tangent at this point bears North 18-01-07 West, Thence in a Northerly direction along the west line of !!Road!! along a 13.544 degree curve to the right a distance of 110.0 feet. to the place of beginning and containing .34 acres, more or less

 

Any help or advice or screenshots of a solution are welcome!! 

 

Thank you!

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