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Title 4 - Counties

CHAPTER 3.

BOUNDARIES OF EXISTING COUNTIES

SECTION 4-3-2. Use of geographic coordinate system.

A geographic coordinate used to define a point on a county boundary in this chapter utilizes the coordinate system for defining location of points in this State as provided in Chapter 2 of Title 27 and must control if the physical features also used to describe the location of a point are different.

SECTION 4-3-5. Center line of waterways defined.

For purposes of describing the boundaries of counties when a county boundary is used to establish or describe the boundary of a jury area in Chapter 2 of Title 22, the center line of waterways is defined as:

(1) for areas influenced by the tide, the center line is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks as delineated at mean high tide, except when an island is present; then the center line follows the main channel around the island and is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks of the main channel as delineated at mean high tide; and

(2) for areas not influenced by the tide, the center line is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks as delineated by the ordinary high-water mark, except when an island is present; then the center line follows the main channel around the island and is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks of the main channel as delineated by the ordinary high-water mark.

SECTION 4-3-10. Abbeville County.

Abbeville County is bounded as follows: on the southwest by the Savannah River, by which it is separated from Georgia; on the northwest by Anderson County, from which it is separated by a line (the old Indian boundary) drawn from a marked black gum, on the east bank of the Savannah River, at the foot of Grape Shoals, N. 50

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Statutes > South-carolina > Title-4 > Chapter-3

Title 4 - Counties

CHAPTER 3.

BOUNDARIES OF EXISTING COUNTIES

SECTION 4-3-2. Use of geographic coordinate system.

A geographic coordinate used to define a point on a county boundary in this chapter utilizes the coordinate system for defining location of points in this State as provided in Chapter 2 of Title 27 and must control if the physical features also used to describe the location of a point are different.

SECTION 4-3-5. Center line of waterways defined.

For purposes of describing the boundaries of counties when a county boundary is used to establish or describe the boundary of a jury area in Chapter 2 of Title 22, the center line of waterways is defined as:

(1) for areas influenced by the tide, the center line is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks as delineated at mean high tide, except when an island is present; then the center line follows the main channel around the island and is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks of the main channel as delineated at mean high tide; and

(2) for areas not influenced by the tide, the center line is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks as delineated by the ordinary high-water mark, except when an island is present; then the center line follows the main channel around the island and is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks of the main channel as delineated by the ordinary high-water mark.

SECTION 4-3-10. Abbeville County.

Abbeville County is bounded as follows: on the southwest by the Savannah River, by which it is separated from Georgia; on the northwest by Anderson County, from which it is separated by a line (the old Indian boundary) drawn from a marked black gum, on the east bank of the Savannah River, at the foot of Grape Shoals, N. 50


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Statutes > South-carolina > Title-4 > Chapter-3

Title 4 - Counties

CHAPTER 3.

BOUNDARIES OF EXISTING COUNTIES

SECTION 4-3-2. Use of geographic coordinate system.

A geographic coordinate used to define a point on a county boundary in this chapter utilizes the coordinate system for defining location of points in this State as provided in Chapter 2 of Title 27 and must control if the physical features also used to describe the location of a point are different.

SECTION 4-3-5. Center line of waterways defined.

For purposes of describing the boundaries of counties when a county boundary is used to establish or describe the boundary of a jury area in Chapter 2 of Title 22, the center line of waterways is defined as:

(1) for areas influenced by the tide, the center line is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks as delineated at mean high tide, except when an island is present; then the center line follows the main channel around the island and is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks of the main channel as delineated at mean high tide; and

(2) for areas not influenced by the tide, the center line is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks as delineated by the ordinary high-water mark, except when an island is present; then the center line follows the main channel around the island and is the line described by a series of points equidistant from the banks of the main channel as delineated by the ordinary high-water mark.

SECTION 4-3-10. Abbeville County.

Abbeville County is bounded as follows: on the southwest by the Savannah River, by which it is separated from Georgia; on the northwest by Anderson County, from which it is separated by a line (the old Indian boundary) drawn from a marked black gum, on the east bank of the Savannah River, at the foot of Grape Shoals, N. 50

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