(y) Show curve data defining any curvilinear line on the plat on the sheet where the
curve appears. A curve which is part of the plat boundary shall show the curve data
adjacent to it. Data for all curves in the interior of the plat may be shown in a curve data
box. Each curve in a curve data box shall be numbered and a corresponding number
placed on the plat. Minimum curve data shall include the chord bearing and length,
the radius, the central angle, and the arc length. The curvilinear measurements of
curve segments may be either arc or chord distances.
(z) Where additional clarity is necessary, use a separate detail drawing at an
appropriate scale. Detail drawings shall be properly referenced to the drawing on the
(aa) Show all information identifying status of adjacent lands shown by dashed or
dotted letters, number, and lines as follows:
(i) Identify adjoining subdivisions by name and recording information.Individual
lot lines, lot numbers, together with street names, and widths shall be shown for each
adjoining lot and street.
(ii) Identify adjoining condominiums by name, county condominium
subdivision plan number, and recording information.
(iii) Identify all roads, streets, alleys, walks, or state trunk lines that adjoin the
plat by name and total width.
(iv) Identify by name, railroads that adjoin the plat.
(v) Label as unplatted land adjoining the plat that is not in a subdivision or
(vi) Label all streets, roads, alleys, parks, or other grounds not dedicated to
public use as "private."
(bb) Intermittent watercourse or drainage ditch, or a portion thereof, within a plat
intended to serve as a drainage facility or a part of a drainage facility shall be shown
on the plat and an easement provided for drainage purposes.
(cc) Water's edge.
(i) When a plat is bounded by a lake, river, stream, or drain with continuous
flow, the bearings and distances of a closing intermediate traverse, extending across
the plat so that it intersects the sidelines of the shore lots; the dimensions of the
sidelines of the shore lots from the street line to the traverse line, and the distance from
the traverse line to the water's edge as found at the time of the survey; distances along
the traverse line between its intersections with the sidelines of the lots; the location of
monuments at all angle points of the intermediate traverse; surface elevation of the
lake on the date of the survey; and any floodplain information required by the act or by
rule adopted by the Michigan department of environmental quality. All lots extending to
the water's edge shall be noted accordingly on the plat. The proprietor's and surveyor's
certificates shall include a statement, as appropriate, as follows:
"that the plat includes all land to water's edge"; or "lots
to inclusive include all
lands to water's edge"; or "lot areas embracing any waters of the (name of the lake, river,
stream, or drain) are subject to the correlative right of the other riparian owners and
the public trust in these waters"; or "lots
extend to the thread of the stream
subject to the correlative rights of the other riparian owners and the public trust in