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Subdivision

A tract of land divided into residential lots.

subdivision

A tract of land divided into residential lots.
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1237, which permits the client to receive long-term capital gain treatment when they subdivide land that is:
Subdivide a portion of your land into mini ranches for rental or sale.
While we can blame ol' Roy and his sidekicks for promoting the myth that encourages Americans to flee to make-believe ranches on the open prairie, Subdivide and Conquer shows how government policies are the biggest enablers of untrammeled growth.
Subdivide and Conquer offers a revealing look at the perils of unmanaged growth.
Such facet production would subdivide the crystal surface into an array of different-size plates, in which the successively smaller ones are often set at increasingly shallow angles.
The Jones County Planning and Zoning Commission has given green signal to a plan to subdivide the property the City of Cascade intends for constructing a new wastewater treatment facility at its Sept.
The certificates were issued over a five-year period to landowners who avoided public hearings, thousands of dollars worth of fees and other requirements to subdivide property, according to prosecutors.
On the lower level, glazed screens subdivide the working area by alternating between translucent and opaque glass panels along the space's longitudinal and transverse axis, while from behind the centralized reception desk, a secret staircase carves its way through to the boardroom above.