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Non-Contiguous Land units

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“Non-contiguous” refers to things that are not physically touching or connected, particularly in terms of geographical relationships. Non-contiguous areas are separate and distinct from each other, with no physical connection or common border. 

For example, if you have two pieces of land, and they are not adjacent or do not share a boundary, they are non-contiguous. Non-contiguous Land units can be geographically separated by other land or bodies of water.