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Distinctions Between Permits and Entitlements in Real Estate Real estate transactions are complex and multifaceted endeavors, with numerous legal and regulatory aspects to consider. Among these considerations, the concepts of permits and entitlements play a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of real estate development. Whether you are a property owner, real estate agent, or...
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An Annex is to incorporate a land area into an existing district or municipality, with a resulting change in the boundaries of the annexing jurisdiction.
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A anchor tenant, is the major store or stores within a shopping center.
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A zoning amendment is change in the wording, context, or substance of this title or a change in the zoning or district boundaries of the official zoning map, to be made a part of this title.
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An acre is a land area of 43,560 square feet. The acre is a statute measure in the United States, in the United Kingdom and in almost all countries of the former British Empire: in most it is lawful to “use for trade” if given as supplementary information and is not used for land registration....
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An Access Strip is a strip of land which is part of a lot and provides access to the part thereof used or to be used for buildings and structures.
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An accessory structure is a subordinate structure detached from but located on the same lot as a principal building. The use of an accessory structure must be identical and accessory to the use of the principal building. Accessory structures include garages, decks, and fences.
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An abandoned building is any vacant building which is frequented by persons who are not lawful occupants of such structure; or (B) Any vacant building which by reason of lack of maintenance or by reason of the boarding up of its doors and windows, or other reasons, has a substantial adverse effect on the value...
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“Pre-loss condition” is a term used by insurance companies to describe the condition of a residence or vehicle prior to damage. It is the act of restoring the vehicle or residence to the condition it was before the damage was caused. Insurance companies are bound by their contract with their policyholder to return the vehicle to “pre-loss condition.” They...
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As Builts drawings are documents that allow a compare and contrast between the designed versus final specifications, and provide a detailed blueprint of the building and the land around it as actually constructed in the end. The final as built drawings include any and all of the following: ModificationsField changesShop drawing changesDesign changesExtra works The architects or...
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