curtilage


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curtilage

The ground adjacent to a dwelling and appertaining to it, as a yard, garden, or court.
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The Cusumano Court reasoned that the use of the thermal imager was similarly objectionable: It revealed information about activities going on inside the house that police could not obtain from outside the curtilage of the home.
When buying listed property, remember that the curtilage and all outbuildings within it fall into the listed category.
Baker,(20) a case involving the concept of business curtilage decided by the U.
The building is a single-storey building in the curtilage of a protected structure.
Proposal: Extension to residential curtilage, erection of garage/utility extension to side, single storey extension to rear and new wall and fence.
A Haigh, certificate of lawfulness for use of |land as residential curtilage associated with Drewan, Drewan, Fenay Lane, Almondbury.
As a result there will be no designated smoking areas in the curtilage of police premises and staff will no longer by giving smoking breaks when working in police premises.
They would also have to ensure that the structure did not exceed 50pc of the curtilage of the house.
The contract to be awarded includes the service for guarding a curtilage and a high-security area (nuclear facility).
Supreme Court has described the curtilage as "the area to which extends the intimate activity associated with the 'sanctity of a man's home and the privacies of life.
The slides will be within the curtilage of the existing building and though the modifications were relatively minor they meant that we incurred extra cost,'' he said.
32 Bilton Road, Rugby, use of landscaped area as extension to residential curtilage.