Dwelling unit


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Dwelling unit

An apartment, dormitory, or house used as a residence for one or more people.

dwelling unit

One or more rooms in a building designed as living accommodations for one or more families.
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Earlier, loans to individuals up to Rs 28 lakh in metropolitan centres and Rs 20 lakh in other centres, were eligible to be classified under priority sector, provided that the cost of dwelling unit does not exceed Rs 35 lakh and Rs 25 lakh, respectively.
If there is any personal use of a dwelling unit or vacation home that taxpayers rent out, they must separate expenses for rental use versus personal use.
48(c)(1)) installed on or in connection with a dwelling unit located in the United States and used as a principal residence (within the meaning of Sec.
There, we held that the only reasonable interpretation of the question "# Families" on an insurance application is that it seeks the number of separate dwelling units in the building.
The court held that the lease was not subject to the RLTO as it excludes "dwelling units in owner-occupied buildings containing six units or less:' Berven appealed.
The results in Table 4 show that the accessibility-weighted dwelling unit (AWDU) model performs better than do the comparison models.
However, Jane may exclude the remaining $11,000 gain because she is not required to allocate any gain to the business use since both the property's residential and business portions are within the same dwelling unit.
"Dwelling unit" and "similar property," found in section 280A, are two such terms and "are intended to cover co-ops." The court noted that "a coop appears to be quite comparable to the properties specifically covered in section 280A(f)(1)(A) ('house, apartment, condominium, mobile home, boat,...and all structures or other property appurtenant to such dwelling unit')."
There are no new requirements for special operating hardware for doors that are installed inside the dwelling unit. Thresholds and transition strips, however, must meet full ANSI standards.
Homeowners can have an accessory dwelling unit without the need to comply with any additional requirements for lot size, frontage, space limitations or other controls, beyond what is otherwise required for a single-family dwelling, except that municipalities can require a larger lot size, if the accessory apartment is detached from the primary residence.
For purposes of defining residential rental property, "dwelling unit" means a house or apartment used to provide living accommodations in a building or structure, but it does not include a unit in a hotel, motel, or other establishment in which more than 50% of the units are used on a transient basis.