lodging house


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lodging house

A building containing rooms used or rented for sleeping purposes by two or more paying guests; the minimum and maximum numbers of rooms may be specified by the applicable local code.
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With such a designation, the building would be subject to the city's stricter lodging housing rules and regulations and would need to receive a lodging house license from the License Commission, said Stephen S.
Family homes often ended up as lodging houses and tenements.
Yvonne Jarvis used her savings to set up a lodging house
wants to go back to the original proposal of converting that home into a 10-person lodging house.
On the 1858 photo we see a grand three-bay lodging house and a beach chalet with brick wall and the little wooden gate.
The Penny Lodging House, which since its doss house days has been used for storage, is part of Berwick's Georgian legacy.
In the Blackpool lodging house farce, Having A Wonderful Time, the young Mr Baron was said to "suggest well the flashy young motor-cyclist".
100 Years Ago A fatal fight took place at a lodging house in Dean Street, Birmingham, on Saturday, in consequence of which a market porter named Charles Henry Summers, aged 40, has been arrested on a charge of causing the death of Samuel Levitt, a stamper, aged 37.
Contract notice: Concession (design, construction and operation) as a lodging house in annaberg.
LOOKING at Carl Chinn's photograph of the Lodging House in DuDdeston Row reminded me of when I first started work in 1949.
Because such rental properties do not constitute a lodging house under state law, the landlords did not need a lodging house license from the city to operate them, the court said.
Joe Lancaster, who ran a women's lodging house at 121-123 Richmond Row, told the police the naked woman and Mrs Watt had both stayed at his lodging house.