25 CFR § 162.317 - How must a residential lease describe the land?
(a) A residential lease must describe the leased premises by reference to a public or private survey, if possible. If the land cannot be so described, the lease must include one or more of the following:
(1) A legal description;
(2) A survey-grade global positioning system description; or
(3) Another description prepared by a registered land surveyor that is sufficient to identify the leased premises.
(b) If the tract is fractionated, we will identify the undivided trust or restricted interests in the leased premises.