Internal lot restriction definition

Internal lot restriction means a platted note, platted demarcation, or platted designation that:
Internal lot restriction means a platted note, platted demarcation, or
Internal lot restriction means a platted note, platted demarcation, or 1052 platted designation that: 1053 (a) runs with the land; and 1054 (b) (i) creates a restriction that is enclosed within the perimeter of a lot described on 1055 the plat; or 1056 (ii) designates a development condition that is enclosed within the perimeter of a lot 1057 described on the plat. 1058 [(29)] (30) "Interstate pipeline company" means a person or entity engaged in natural 1059 gas transportation subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 1060 under the Natural Gas Act, 15 U.S.C. Sec. 717 et seq. 1061 [(30)] (31) "Intrastate pipeline company" means a person or entity engaged in natural 1062 gas transportation that is not subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory 1063 Commission under the Natural Gas Act, 15 U.S.C. Sec. 717 et seq. 1064 [(31)] (32) "Land use applicant" means a property owner, or the property owner's 1065 designee, who submits a land use application regarding the property owner's land. 1066 [(32)] (33) "Land use application": 1067 (a) means an application that is: 1068 (i) required by a county; and 1069 (ii) submitted by a land use applicant to obtain a land use decision; and 1070 (b) does not mean an application to enact, amend, or repeal a land use regulation. 1071 [(33)] (34) "Land use authority" means: 1072 (a) a person, board, commission, agency, or body, including the local legislative body, 1073 designated by the local legislative body to act upon a land use application; or 1074 (b) if the local legislative body has not designated a person, board, commission, 1075 agency, or body, the local legislative body. 1076 [(34)] (35) "Land use decision" means an administrative decision of a land use 1077 authority or appeal authority regarding: 1078 (a) a land use permit; 1079 (b) a land use application; or 1080 (c) the enforcement of a land use regulation, land use permit, or development 1081 agreement.

Related to Internal lot restriction

  • Put Restriction means the days between the beginning of the Pricing Period and Closing Date. During this time, the Company shall not be entitled to deliver another Put Notice.

  • Investment Restrictions means the investment restrictions of the Fund as set forth in the Declaration of Trust including, without limitation, those described in section 2.0 of this Annual Information Form.

  • Payment Restriction shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.1.

  • Internal floating roof means a cover or roof in a fixed-roof tank that rests upon or is floated upon, the liquid being contained, and is equipped with a closure seal or seals to close the space between the roof edge and the tank shell.

  • SEC Restrictions has the meaning set forth in Section 2(b).

  • Rent Restriction Test means the test pursuant to Section 42 of the Code whereby the gross rent charged to tenants of the low-income apartment units in the Apartment Housing cannot exceed 30% of the qualifying income levels of those units under Section 42.

  • External floating roof means a storage vessel cover in an open tank top consisting of a double deck or pontoon single deck which rests upon and is supported by the petroleum liquid being contained and is equipped with a closure seal or seals to close the space between the roof edge and tank shell.

  • Independent foster home means a private family home in which any child, other than a child by

  • Private Restrictions means (as they may exist from time to time) any and all covenants, conditions and restrictions, private agreements, easements, and any other recorded documents or instruments affecting the use of the Property, the Building, the Leased Premises, or the Outside Areas.

  • Restriction of Use means, in respect of any day, any difference from the normal capability of all or any part of the Routes (where the normal capability of the Routes is expressed in the Applicable Timetable Planning Rules relevant to that day notified to each Timetable Participant on or before D-26) which results in:

  • Internal Restructuring shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.02(f) of this Agreement.

  • Least restrictive alternative means the treatment and conditions of treatment which, separately and in combination, are no more intrusive or restrictive of freedom than reasonably necessary to achieve a substantial therapeutic benefit to the minor, or to protect the minor or others from physical injury;

  • Continuous parameter monitoring system or "CPMS" means all of the equipment necessary to meet the data acquisition and availability requirements of this article, to monitor process and control device operational parameters (for example, control device secondary voltages and electric currents) and other information (for example, gas flow rate, O2 or CO2 concentrations), and to record average operational parameter value(s) on a continuous basis.

  • Internal Purposes means distribution of installation programs of Licensee products both internally within Licensee and externally to Licensee’s customers.

  • Private road or driveway means every way or place in private ownership and used for vehicular travel by the owner and those having express or implied permission from the owner, but not by other persons.

  • Least restrictive environment means the environment in which the interventions in the lives of people with mental illness can be carried out with a minimum of limitation, intrusion, disruption, and departure from commonly accepted patterns of living.

  • Trade Restrictions means trade, economic or investment sanctions, export controls, anti-terrorism, non- proliferation, anti-money laundering and similar restrictions in force pursuant to laws, rules and regulations imposed under Laws to which the Parties are subject.

  • Public nuisance means a building that is a menace to the public health, welfare, or safety, or that is structurally unsafe, unsanitary, or not provided with adequate safe egress, or that constitutes a fire hazard, or is otherwise dangerous to human life, or that in relation to the existing use constitutes a hazard to the public health, welfare, or safety by reason of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, obsolescence, or abandonment. “Public nuisance” includes buildings with blighting characteristics as defined by Iowa Code section 403.2.

  • Dealing Restrictions means restrictions imposed by statute, order, regulation or Government directive, or by the Model Code or any code adopted by the Company based on the Model Code and for this purpose the Model Code means the Model Code on dealings in securities set out in Listing Rule 9, annex 1 (of the London Stock Exchange), as varied from time to time;

  • the Academy means the school referred to in Article 4 and established by the Academy Trust;

  • Continuous monitoring means the collection and use of measurement data and other information to record the data inputs required to calculate the 365-day rolling average lifecycle GHG emissions, in accordance with the compliance monitoring plan described in section IV.C.

  • Ownership Restrictions means collectively the Ownership Limit as applied to Persons other than the Initial Holder or Look-Through Entities, the Initial Holder Limit as applied to the Initial Holder and the Look-Through Ownership Limit as applied to Look-Through Entities.

  • Continuous monitoring system means the total equipment, required under the emission monitoring section in applicable subsections used to sample and condition (if applicable), to analyze, and to provide a permanent record of emissions or process parameters.

  • Public garage means every building or other place where vehicles or vessels are kept and stored and where a charge is made for the storage and keeping of vehicles and vessels.

  • Transfer Restriction means, with respect to any security or other property, any condition to or restriction on the ability of the holder thereof to sell, assign or otherwise transfer such security or other property or to enforce the provisions thereof or of any document related thereto, whether set forth in such security or other property itself or in any document related thereto or arising by operation of law, including, without limitation, such conditions or restrictions arising under federal, state or foreign laws or under any contracts, arrangements or agreements.