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dwelling

noun abode, camp, domicile, domicilium, domus, dormitory, edifice, habitation, homestead, house, living quarters, lodging, lodging place, lodgment, place of residence, quarters, residence, sedes, shelter, tabernacle
Associated concepts: dwelling house purposes, inhabited dwelling house, multiple dwelling, principal dwelling place, private dwelling
See also: abode, address, building, domicile, habitation, home, house, inhabitation, lodging, residence, structure

dwelling

a place where a person lives treating it as his home, for the purposes of housing and rent legislation and which may become the object of protection such as a statutory secure tenancy.
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"Other residential dwellings exist immediately to the north and south and on the opposite side of Golf House Lane.
Creation of dropped kerb to front of dwelling. P/19/0570/2 Applicant Mrs Diane Kimber.
Many dwellings, especially in regions with older housing stock (the Northeast for example), have cooking ranges located under windows, making installation of a range hood impossible.
Miles Randy A, 2226 Jeppesen Acres Rd; New Single Family Dwelling With Attached Garage; $281,568.
Under SB 146, in all zoning districts that allow single-family dwellings, municipalities must allow accessory dwelling units as a "matter of right" (no zoning approval necessary), by special exception (issued by a zoning board of adjustment) or by conditional use permit (issued by a planning board).
Rose (2012) builds upon Heidegger's work on the notion of dwelling (1962; 1971) to claim, most basically stated, that dwelling 'always already' involves marking and claiming (concepts also based on Heidegger, but more explicitly developed by Rose).
The first category covers tenants who have resided for more than ten years in the leased dwellings of the public housing stock, with the house lifetime of no less than fifteen years.
Plaintiffs maintain that their response of "2" to this question was correct because all of the residents of the premises lived together as one "family" or "household" However, based on plaintiffs' interpretation, the logical answer would have been "1." Thus, even if, as plaintiffs claim, all the residents of the premises shared a single "household" in the sense of living together, the premises is a three family dwelling because of its structural configuration, i.e., three separate units, each with its own kitchen, bathroom and separate entrance.
If you are wondering why the real estate market has been doing so badly lately, the recently released data on dwellings from the October 2011 census provide a good clue.
Additionally missing, is a metropolitan scale (constituent city-by-city), appraisal of the relative significance of intensified dwelling development forms.
DWELLING STOCK IN THE CITY OF MONASH IN 2001 AND 2006
Improvements to real property directly related to the dwelling units and located on the site of the dwelling units.