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Nonconforming

Said of any building or structure that does not comply with the requirements set forth in applicable code, rules, or regulations.

nonconforming

Said of any building or structure which does not comply with the requirements set forth in applicable code, rules, or regulations.
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explicit statutory provision that makes nonconforming uses transferable,
1] nonconforming element on anisotropic rectangular meshes.
To avoid these consequences, zoning regulations generally "grandfather" the continuation of existing nonconforming uses on property subject to the zoning classification.
Land-use regulation, however, has given birth to one technique that, in many cases, has successfully resulted in the elimination of nonconforming uses--amortization.
That constitutes an alteration of the nonconforming use, and that's not allowed under Chapter 10 of Lane County's land-use code," he said.
Silva;(16) namely, "what is the appropriate legal standard to determine whether a nonconforming use has been discontinued under the [New York City] Zoning Resolution?
This finding may partly reflect the ability of these institutions to profitably underwrite and hold the credit risk of nonconforming mortgages.
Nonconforming distributions Under the previous proposed regulations, a nonconforming distribution could exist when an S corporation withheld state income taxes from affected shareholders' distributions and none from unaffected shareholders' distributions.
Managing nonconforming events is an integral part of continuous quality improvement, which maximizes patient safety and advances quality initiatives.
Naeem Bukhari, argued that the CDA byelaws which prohibited nonconforming use were in contradiction to the fundamental rights provided by the Constitution of Pakistan and were liable to be struck down.
is a specialty finance company that originates, purchases, securitizes, sells and invests in nonconforming loans and mortgage-backed securities.