Subdivision


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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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The electricity consumers can contact the sub-divisional officers of new subdivisions on their contact numbers 0345-1500826, 041-2644020 and 0345-1501527, he added.
The second test, which requires that the political subdivision serve a governmental purpose, proposes authority over the government that created it.
In several ways, Addyson Creek is unique for a large subdivision, Steiner said.
be the limit quadrilateral surface patch ofthe regular subdivision process from P0 .
2 the Laplacian energy of the line graph of the subdivision graph of the tadpole graph [T.
South Africa) introduce curves and surfaces, which together with points constitute the building blocks of computer graphics; and wavelet subdivision methods for designing and implementing simple but most efficient schemes for rendering curves and surfaces.
We use data on subdivision house sales occurring over the period 1981-2001 in a county on the fringe of the Washington, D.
The 250-page text offers a comprehensive overview of single-unit residential subdivision valuation methodology.
The subdivision of land has become a process involving multiple design professionals and lawyers, not to mention town, state and even federal agencies.
Kilgour confirms new subdivisions are coming on line with 30 mid-priced lots planned for the Kingsway subdivision near the future North Bay expressway and 40 lots are planned for the Thelma subdivision in West Ferris.
VAL VERDE - A new version of the proposed Green Valley Ranch subdivision includes fewer homes, but it remains under attack by detractors who maintain it's still too big for this bucolic town.
This research paper addresses some of the critical aspects of subdivision development that have not been fully explored by the appraisal profession.