The 7,000-square-foot common area
space includes leasing and management offices, a fitness center, yoga room, cyber cafe, executive center and meet-and-greet area.
If included in the relevant component or unit, this would increase the area of the component or unit and generally also increase its liability to contribute to other common area
A portion of the construction gross area of a building used exclusively by the occupant for residential purposes, exclusive of limited common area
and restricted headroom area.
Evidently the rules are quite clear: "The Meyer Estates development is not permitted to have 'community gardens,' picnic tables, or playground equipment in the common area
of the subdivision," Habitat for Humanity informed residents by letter two weeks ago.
Ahmed Al-Karuri held a meeting here today within the framework of Joint Permanent Saudi-Sudanese Committee on the joint exploitation of natural resources in the Red Sea seabed in the common area
between the two countries.
This additional service includes maintenance and rebuilds of common area
buildings, fencing, roofing, windows, maintaining entrances and sidewalks, weather or accident damage repairs and replacements and more.
MOTORISTS have been targeted in a clampdown on speeding or parking inconsiderately in the Galley Common area
of Nuneaton, Police officers have issued 26 advice notes to motorists for inconsiderate or illegal parking - and seven motorists also received fixed penalty notices for repeat parking offences.
In contrast, property managers often have a duty concerning common area
maintenance and business invitees using common areas
The court also found no violation in the policy of strip-searching inmates when they were leaving or returning to an inmate area, noting that the inmate could choose not to attend a service because of the policy and could pray in his cell or common area
LB Furniture Industries, LLC, provides chairs, tables, and related products for use in dining and common area
settings in eldercare environments.
CPAs can structure companies' royalty payment agreements, for example, to conform to the terms of the licensing deal in order to avoid intellectual property squabbles--an increasingly common area
of contention in the technology and pharmaceutical fields (see "Techniques to Turn Intellectual Property Into More Profitable Assets," Jof A, Sep.