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Restriction

1. See: Credit control.

2. See: Exchange control.

3. See: Import control.

restriction

A limitation on the use of property, usually contained in the deed, in restrictive covenants appearing in the real estate records,or by virtue of local ordinances.

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The BC Wildfire Service has implemented these area restrictions to protect public safety and avoid any interference with fire control activities.
No mention of season or area restrictions on longlines.
The researchers suggest that limiting recreational catch-and-release angling of lake trout in the Great Lakes and alternative harvest regulations (season or area restrictions, reducing daily limits) may be advisable, and that the assumed 15-percent post-release mortality used in management policies should be adjusted.
If there has been this kind of family violence, a Judge may grant a QBPO which may include no contact conditions, area restrictions, and other terms including "a provision authorizing counselling for a child...
In addition; the single-structure design, preassembled pump station significantly reduces the product footprint for sites such as Spooky Nook Sports with tight area restrictions.
If we could ever ice fish the reservoir -- even with area restrictions -- winter fishing here would improve dramatically.
But building owners currently face height and floor area restrictions that can stand in the way of adding energy-saving features on building exteriors.
For instance, while recognizing the different restrictions on employee solicitation and distribution permissible in the retail and acute care hospital environments, the "Notice to Employees" recites only the most traditional rules pertinent to working time and work area restrictions.
The scheme-which will have no area restrictions and is funded until 2014 - secured EU backing of pounds 9.4m through the European Social Fund and will be delivered through the Assembly Government.