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alterations

Physical changes to a property.Tenants are usually prohibited from making any alterations to the leased property. Disputes arise over whether something constitutes an alteration, or mere decoration or even repair.

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It's time the alteration and design industry caught up with the modern world," says Harden.
Listed building homeowners in the Midlands inspired to start alterations to their homes could be set for a welcome VAT saving on the cost of alterations to garages, according to specialists at accountants Grant Thornton in Birmingham.
This regimen has been shown previously to produce neurotoxicity in developing rat brain, including lasting alterations in biomarkers of 5HT synaptic function, without eliciting growth retardation or any other signs of systemic toxicity (Aldridge et al.
Alteration in medical condition related to possible gastrospasm, evidenced by nausea and vomiting (this problem might have been inappropriately stated)
For pattern repair, because polyurethane bonds well to metal, alterations to part designs are easy to make.
Alterations in antibiotic target sites can occur through spontaneous mutation of a bacterium's own genetic material, acquisition of DNA from another bacterium, and acquisition of DNA fragments, known as plasmids, which can travel from one type of bacterium to another.
trend numbers was worse than manipulating volatile trend information because any alteration in stable data gave the mistaken appearance of volatility.
Always obtain a copy of the alteration agreement from the managing agent or board of directors to determine the rules and requirements of the building before agreeing to purchase the apartment(s).
GMC has identified a porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold target at Gold Lake which is expressed through surface geochemistry, by strong porphyry style alteration and a large Self Potential (SP) geophysical anomaly covering approximately 3 square kilometres.
In this study we have shown that hepatocytes exposed to MCE exhibit characteristic alterations in cytoskeletal morphology caused by the disappearance of regular filamentous structure soon after MCE treatment.
Billions of dollars are spent in the Interior Alteration Industry in Manhattan.
Section 107-312 of said South Richmond zoning regulations allows topographical alterations on an as-of-right basis, if the topographical alteration concerns not more than 2-feet of cut or fill, or if it is "in an area designated for building foundations, driveways or utilities for a proposed building .