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subdivision

Popularly refers to a residential neighborhood developed as an integrated whole and with a specific identity.

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A landscape maintenance fee to pay for upkeep of landscaping around the city's newer housing tracts has been approved by property owners in slightly fewer than half of the subdivisions.
Within subdivisions (f) and (g), adds "eligible to practice law in Florida" to describe members in good standing.
LAHORE -- Keeping in view the increasing number of consumers and workload, the Lahore Electric Supply Company (Lesco) has decided in principle to divide its several subdivisions, divisions and circles.
FAISALABAD -- Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (Fesco) has established three new subdivisions in Ghulam Mohammad Abad division and made them operational also.
FAISALABAD -- The Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) has set-up 8 new subdivisions, a division and a revenue office, to improve its power distribution system.
Information and Communications Technology Secretary Rodolfo Salalima on Friday urged Congress to pass a legislation penalizing homeowners' associations who will obstruct the government and telecommunications companies (telcos) from building cell sites within their subdivisions.
140 (Appeal Proceedings in Criminal Cases) subdivisions (d)(1) or (f)(2), or 9.
The proposed regulations set forth a new three-part federal test that would define political subdivisions.
Lee developed two large River Road-area subdivisions in the mid-1990s, Lee Estates and Ryan Meadows.
The Palaszczuk Government is supporting the investment of more than $5 million in housing subdivisions in these remote communities to address critical housing needs and also deliver training opportunities for local workers to build new career paths, Mr Pitt said.
The HLURB, as the national agency mandated to regulate the real estate industry, has jurisdiction over subdivisions in the country.