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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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Rayyan with 215 permits or 23%, Doha (150 permits or 16%), Al Da'ayen (95, 10%), Umm Slal (63, 7%), Al Sheehaniya (32, 3%), Al Khor (26, 3%), and Al Shamal (19, 2%).
The total number of new permits issued to school transport and female attendant permits amounted to 3,170 permits in 2017.
Up to 228 demolition permits were issued in the UAE capital, the Municipality said in a statement.
Whitley of the Institute for Defense Analyses published Concealed Carry Permit Holders Across the United States, a paper reporting on the impact of the increased number of issued carry permits.
This Article is the first to return comprehensively to the permit power since Epstein's critique, offering a deep account of the theory and practice of regulatory permits in the administrative state.
A total of 25,511 permits were granted for buildings of various use in all governorates of the Sultanate in the year 2013.
The following commercial building permits, permits for residential projects valued at $250,000 and more or multiple projects by the same owner were issued recently.
As measured by permits pulled by builders, home construction fell 10.
However, the government agencies that issue permits do consider them, in great detail.
State and federal laws prohibit any new mining activity within 300 feet of a school, but agency officials argued at a hearing that these silos were exempt from the rule because they were given permits before the federal Surface Mining and Control Act of 1977 (SMCRA) came into effect.
The requirements don't distinguish between stationary and portable; rather, each tier permits longer time in operation and more tons processed.
City of Timmins director of community development Mark Jensen says, although the number of permits in the new home and renovation markets have actually dropped, the corresponding value of those permits has remained relactively steady.