curtilage


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curtilage

The ground adjacent to a dwelling and appertaining to it, as a yard, garden, or court.
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" [E]ven assuming that the driveway formed part of the house's curtilage, Officer Dyer faced exigent circumstances when he entered the driveway and placed his hand on Owens's vehicle, which circumscribes his warrantless search within the bounds of the Fourth Amendment.
The Supreme Court agreed that a dog-sniff of the curtilage of a home is a Fourth Amendment search, but concluded that the outside of a door in an apartment building common hallway is not curtilage.
ABERFOYLE Change of use of vacant land to garden curtilage at 16 Manse Road for Miss Catrina Bond.
But Virginia Senate Bill 30 would undo the ruling by creating an exception to Virginia DWI laws for persons driving or operating a motor vehicle on his own residential property or the curtilage thereof.
| J Clegg, outline application for construction of three dwellings (within the curtilage of a listed building), Middle Burn Farm, Burn Road, Birchencliffe.
The majority opinion, authored by Justice Scalia, arrived at the conclusion not through a Katz "reasonable expection of privacy" analysis, (5) but through a determination that the drug sniffing occurred in "an area belonging to Jardines and immediately surrounding his house--in the curtilage of the house, which we have held enjoys protection as part of the home itself." (6) In doing so, the Court returned to an earlier conception of "constitutionally protected areas" that had been largely overshadowed since the advent of the Katz privacy test.
Although the barn itself was not listed, the planning committee stressed that the barn is still "in the curtilage of the listed property" and as such must be conserved.
Dublin City Council, the Health Service Executive (HSE) Mid-Leinster wish to apply for planning permission for development at the Meath Community Nursing Unit, at The Former Meath Hospital Campus, Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8, within the curtilage of a Protected Structure (RPS ref.
It proposes a new theory of Fourth Amendment security based on the ancient theory of curtilage protection for private property.
Ref: R/2013/0686/FF Address: Highfields South Of Broadbent Street Brotton TS12 2TF Proposal: Change of use and conversion of stables to single storey dwelling including infill extensions and use of land as residential curtilage. Ref: R/2013/0688/CA Address: 44A Marske Mill Lane Saltburn By The Sea TS12 1HR Proposal: Single storey front extensions and raised terrace area.
A lateral drain is either - The part of a drain which runs from the curtilage of a building (or buildings or yards within the same curtilage) to the sewer with which the drain communicates or is to communicate, or, the part of a drain identified in a specific declaration or specific statutory agreement (usually by a developer with the regulated sewerage company) Curtilage is also not defined in the legislation.