**Please read:** This table is part of the comprehensive Full Landonline Dataset and is designed for use only by data professionals who require the complex version of our property ownership and boundary data for advanced uses. For a simplified version of data contained within this table see our [property ownership and boundary data](https://data.linz.govt.nz/data/category/property-ownership-boundaries/). *************************
This table records the sequence of lines that define a PRI "Parcel Ring". In the sequence, a line may or may not be reversed in order for the line to connect to the next line in terms of end nodes. The sequence begins at 1 and is incremented by 1. If the line sequence is a ring (as specified in PRI), the start and end nodes of the sequence must be the same, after the reverse flag has been applied to all lines in the sequence. Not all line sequences for a parcel ring are actually rings, however, as in the case of easement and walkway centreline parcels (i.e. parcels with a topology class of type "LINE"). For polygonal parcels (i.e. rings), the area occupied by the parcel must be on the right-hand side of the boundary at all times; this means that exterior rings will be defined in a clockwise direction (as specified by the coordinates of the nodes/vertices of the lines after reverse flag is applied), whereas interior rings will be defined in an anti-clockwise direction.
Please refer to the [LDS Full Landonline Data Dictionary and Models](https://data.linz.govt.nz/document/95) for detailed metadata about this table.
Sourced from the Landonline database system which was made operational in 2001.