Common wall definition

Common wall means a wall jointly used by two parties and separating two dwelling units.
Common wall means a wall built on land belonging to adjoining owners, the wall being the joint property of both owners.
Common wall means a wall or set of walls in a single structure shared by two or more dwelling units. The common wall must be shared for at least 25 percent of the length of the side of the building of the dwelling units. The common wall may be any wall of the building, including the walls of attached garages.

Examples of Common wall in a sentence

Common wall area is the area of walls shared with an adjoining dwelling unit.

Below-grade boundary wall is any portion of a thermal boundary wall in soil contact Common wall is the total wall area of walls adjacent to another conditioned living unit, not including foundation walls.

Common wall construction between two dwelling units is not permitted.

Common wall shall have a zero lot line setback and shall be located on the property line separating both dwellings.

Common wall construction is in compliance with the Uniform Building Code.


More Definitions of Common wall

Common wall means a vertical wall separating two dwelling units between the top of the footings to the underside of the roof deck, and shall be mutually common to both dwelling units.
Common wall means a partition separating two pools, water attractions or whirlpools, or any combination of the afore- mentioned.
Common wall means a wall between two establishments or a ceiling or roof of one establishment that serves as a floor of the other establishment.
Common wall means a wall separating two (2) dwelling units.
Common wall means a wall jointly owned or jointly used by two (2) parties under a strata lot or bare land strata lot, and erected at or upon an interior side lot line separating two (2) lots of land.
Common wall means a structure joining two or more properties.
Common wall means a wall erected along a lot or part-lot boundary partly on the land of one owner and partly on the land of another that provides common support to the structure on both sides of said boundary.