common area


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common area

[¦käm·ən ¦er·ē·ə]
(computer science)
An area of storage which two or more routines share.

common area

An area either within a building or outside a building which is intended for use of all occupants of the building or a group of buildings, but not for the free use of the general public.
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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.
The district will spend an estimated $671,800 to develop the 3-acre park from a rundown common area donated by a now-defunct homeowners association in the low-income neighborhood south of Hayden Bridge Way and east of Pioneer Parkway.
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.
Now, in what is believed to be another first, a Woodland Hills attorney is suing the owners of his apartment complex for allowing tenants to smoke by the pool, the barbecues, the playground -- in any common area of the 20-acre property -- because the secondhand smoke has allegedly harmed his 5-year-old daughter.
The court noted that the inmate was permitted to pray in his cell using religious materials he was allowed to keep there, as well as being allowed to pray in the common area of his living unit.
The Belle Esprit Homeowners Association recovered $723,000 for common area construction defects in a settlement reached between the association and the builder.
LB Furniture Industries, LLC, provides chairs, tables, and related products for use in dining and common area settings in eldercare environments.
The article begins with a general overview of customary arrangements regarding common area usage and security in multi-tenant office buildings.
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.
The IRS believes that the 1984 change delays recovery of these costs until the common area costs actually are incurred.

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