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B.

Building Envelope - The principal structure intended for a building site, together with any attached accessory structures, e.g. in a residential development, the building envelope would refer to the house and any attached garage.

C.

Condominium Lot - The land in a condominium unit, together with the land in the adjacent and appurtenant limited common element, if there is such a limited common element.

D.

Condominium Plan - The site, survey and utility plans, floor plans; and sections as appropriate, showing the existing and proposed structures and improvements including the location thereof on the land. The condominium plan shall show the size, location, area, vertical boundaries and volume of each unit comprised of enclosed air space. A number shall be assigned to each condominium unit. The condominium plan shall include the nature, location, and approximate size of the common elements.

E.

Condominium Unit - The portion of a condominium project designed and intended for separate ownership and use, as described in the master deed.

F.

Contractible Condominium - A condominium project from which any portion of the submitted land or buildings may be withdrawn pursuant to express provisions in the condominium documents and in accordance with this Ordinance and the Condominium Act.

G.

Convertible Condominium - A condominium project containing condominium units some or all of which were occupied before the establishment of the condominium project.

H.

Expandable Condominium - A condominium project to which additional land may be added pursuant to express provision in the condominium documents and in accordance with this Ordinance and the Condominium Act.

I.

Lot - The same as "Condominium Lot".

J.

Master Deed - The condominium documents recording the condominium project as approved by the Zoning Administrator to which is attached as exhibits and incorporated by reference the approved by-laws for the project and the approved condominium subdivision plan for the project.

K.

Setback:

Front Yard Setback - The distance between the front yard area line and the condominium dwelling.

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