Family residence definition

Family residence means a residence that is:
Family residence means a community residence operated:
Family residence means all residences of the family and all rights that confer use of these residences.

Examples of Family residence in a sentence

Section 4.9 Garages/Carports: A Single Family residence must contain an attached or detached private Garage or Carport for a minimum of two (2) cars.

Single Family residence, including mobile homes: One ERU per living unit.

Single Family Residential $126 / dwelling, Single Family residence = 1 dwelling Multi-Unit Residential $56 / dwelling, each unit of multi-unit = 1 dwelling Commercial $0.19 / sq.

For at least two years from the date of application, the student’s RESIDENCE must be different than the residence of the family of origin (as recorded on the official Family residence Certificate) and in a building not owned by a member of the family of origin.

Each individual unit in the Two Family residence shall have provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation accessible from within the unit and each individual unit is to be occupied exclusively by one family.

Family residence permits shall entitle the holder right of education in primary and secondary educational institutions until the age of 18 the without obtaining a student residence permit.

Multiple Family residence: [including all structures containing more than one (1) unit, such as condominiums, duplexes, apartment houses, apartment complexes, hotels, motels, trailer parks, dormitories, extended health care facilities, congregate housing, etc.]: Eight thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars ($8,325.00) per living unit.

Contractor shall provide one 35, 65, or 96 gallon (approximate) Container (each “Recycling Cart”) to each such Single Family residence.

Tax returns, credit reports, written Verification of Employment (VOE) and other information must be consistent with and corroborate the statements made by each applicant in the Program Loan application (e.g., if the VOE indicated a place of employment remote from the Single- Family residence, questions would be raised concerning the accuracy of the applicant's statement of intent to use the Single-Family Residence as a Principal Residence).

No Unit shall be used for any purpose other than as and for a Single Family residence or dwelling.


More Definitions of Family residence

Family residence means the primary residence on any Lot designed for occupancy by the owner of the Lot.
Family residence means a community residence that is:
Family residence means the primary residence on any Lot designed for use by the Owner of the Lot, and includes Single-Family Unit, Duplex Unit, Townhouse Unit, or Multi-Family Unit.
Family residence means the dwelling house constituting the

Related to Family residence

Family home means the primary residence for a child that is not under contract with the Department to provide services as a certified foster home for children with intellectual or developmental disabilities or a licensed or certified residential care facility, assisted living facility, nursing facility, or other residential setting. A family home may include a certified foster home funded by Child Welfare.
Family means with respect to an individual: (i) the individual; (ii) the individual's spouse and former spouses; (iii) any other natural person who is related to the individual or the individual's spouse within the second degree; and (iv) any other natural person who resides with such individual.
ordinarily resident means a Person who lived or has lived the majority of his life in the Yukon. In making such determination, temporary absences from the Yukon for reasons such as travel, education, medical treatment, military service, or incarceration, shall be considered periods of residence provided the Person was Ordinarily Resident prior to such temporary absences. "Person" means a natural person.
Adult family home as defined in RCW 70.128 means a residential home in which a person or persons provide personal care, special care, room, and board to more than one but not more than six adults who are not related by blood or marriage to the person or persons providing the services.
Family or household member means any of the following:
Family violence means an incident resulting in physical harm, bodily injury or assault, or an act of threatened violence that constitutes fear of imminent physical harm, bodily injury or assault, including, but not limited to, stalking or a pattern of threatening, between family or household members. Verbal abuse or argument shall not constitute family violence unless there is present danger and the likelihood that physical violence will occur.
Multi-family housing means a building or structure that is designed to house two (2) or more different households in separate housing Units which have full kitchen facilities including oven/range, refrigerator, kitchen sink with hot and cold water supply and food storage facilities and at least one (1) full bathroom facility(s), one (1) full bedroom and one (1) living area (including a combination thereof such as studio arrangements).