semi-detached dwelling definition

semi-detached dwelling means a building divided vertically into two dwelling units each of which has a separate entrance and access to grade;
semi-detached dwelling means a dwelling unit in a residential building consisting of two dwelling units having one vertical wall or one horizontal wall, but not other parts, attached or another dwelling unit where the residential unit are not connected by an interior corridor;
semi-detached dwelling means a building divided vertically into two dwelling units;

More Definitions of semi-detached dwelling

semi-detached dwelling means a Residential Building divided vertically into and comprising two Dwelling Units, each of which has a separate entrance and access to Grade;
semi-detached dwelling means a building divided vertically (above or below ground) into and comprising 2 dwelling units;
semi-detached dwelling means a building which contains two single Dwelling units which are attached vertically by a common wall;
semi-detached dwelling means one of a pair of two (2) attached single dwellings with a common wall dividing the pair of single dwellings vertically, each of which has an independent entrance either directly from the outside or through a common vestibule.
semi-detached dwelling means a residential building consisting of two dwelling units attached by a vertical wall or walls, each of which has a separate entrance or access to grade.
semi-detached dwelling means a dwelling that is divided vertically into 2 dwelling units, each of which has an independent entrance either directly or through a common vestibule.
semi-detached dwelling means a building divided vertically into and comprising 2 dwelling units;