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A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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The government has also removed the community infrastructure levy on self-build properties, including all extensions, family annexes and home improvements.
GPH peace panel chair Miriam Coronel-Ferrer described this round of talks as difficult to conclude since the agenda covered two annexes.
Together with the FAB, the annexes will form part of the Comprehensive Agreement which both parties hope to sign within the year.
The government is also confirming that it intends to remove the community infrastructure levy on self-build properties, including all extensions, family annexes and home improvements.
Manila: Representatives from the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front on Saturday signed the last of the four annexes to the Framework Peace Agreement, completing a vital juncture to a more than decades-old peace process.
Today the government and the MILF jointly signed the annex on normalisation, the last of the four Annexes to the GPH-MILF Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro (FAB), which was completed on 15 October 2012.
Previous annexes include: Annex I, implemented in 1983, regulates the discharge of oil; Annex II controls pollution by noxious liquid substances; Annex III sets standards for handling harmful substances; Annex IV regulates ship sewage; and Annex V prevents pollution by garbage.
The Ease of Use Profiles have annexes for each component in the SCSI system.