I have been having some interesting discussions on this topic lately and thought I would throw it out on this forum for feedback. When you show the distance from the house/building to the boundary line do you measure from the actual corner or from the edge of the roof overhang? Most drawings in these parts indicate the outline of a structure with a perpendicular tie to the boundary line and a distance, sometimes to the nearest tenth of a foot and sometimes to the nearest hundredth of a foot, with no indication of where the measurement began. As we discussed in the office, most times it does not matter as there is plenty of room between the structure and the minimum set back requirement, however at times it can become an issue. Thoughts/opinions/comments?