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A land hook is a method used to indicate contiguous land parcels of similar ownership on survey maps.
This makes it easier for people to identify plots of land belonging to the same owner.
The purpose of which could be for :
- Tax purposes
- Investor conducting due diligence
- Academic research
The above diagram shows 3 parcels of land with the land hook indicating that A and B have the same ownership.
Note that the hook could still be used if A and B do not share boundaries and are separated by public land or infrastructure like roads.