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permit

A document issued by a government authority giving permission to proceed with some action.In real estate,one may need some or all of the following permits,to name a few:

• Ademolition permit before destroying a structure
• An excavation permit before doing site work
• An environmental permit for erosion and siltation control on land about to be disturbed
• Autility disturbance permit to move utility lines
• Aconstruction permit for construction
• Ahealth permit for an on-site waste management system
• Ahealth permit for removal of asbestos-containing building components
• Ahighway department permit for on-site signage visible from state or federal highways
• An occupancy permit before a structure can be used

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Wenatchee School District, 337 Penny Road, Building C, Wenatchee; right-of-way permit for sewer work.
In Los Angeles 3,711 permits in the past four months are for single-family homes, 1.
While these issues may seem to be of secondary importance to engineers, obtaining permits is an essential step in moving a project from the design phase and into construction.
Its efforts, along with Wiley's one-man hunger strike--which eventually landed him an impromptu meeting with Governor Joe Manchin--finally led to success when the DEP revoked the permit for the second silo that was to be built beside the school.
This can cause delays in obtaining a permit if the operator's residential neighbors prove hostile to the idea of installing a crusher.
These are only a few examples of many different Title V permit conditions for maintaining compliance with emission operating limits, testing, monitoring, record keeping and reporting requirements.
A permit is required prior to each entry when a space has known or potential hazards that cannot be eliminated.
The permit has been revised from the original draft issued in February 1991 to reflect revised air quality impacts posed by the project and to incorporate corrected emission inventory data submitted to Inter-Power by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC).
Collectors rarely get permits, buying and selling are usually done "off the books," and land managers, accustomed to managing for wood production, usually do not understand either the value of these commodities or how to manage them.
States will have sanctions levied against them if they do not create and enforce a permit program.
It accepts applications, performs all the required completeness, compliance, and technical analyses, and issues permits 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We have no incentive at all to make life difficult for anybody that comes to us for a permit,'' MacDonald said.