agreed-boundary  doctrine.The principle by  which adjacent landowners resolve  uncertainties

over  land  boun-daries by  permanently  fixing  the  boundaries by  agreement;  specif.,  the  rule  that

owners of contiguous land may agree on the boundary between the parcels, as long as the actual

boundary is uncertain, there is agreement between the two owners about the boundary line, there

is acquiescence in the agreed line  for a time exceeding the statute  of limitations, and the agreed

boundary is identifiable on the ground. — Also termed doctrine of practical location. See agreed

boundary under BOUNDARY. [Cases: Boundaries    46, 48. C.J.S. Boundaries §§ 67, 69–73, 83.] [Blacks Law 8th]