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A strip of land separating two parcels that are zoned differently, such as undeveloped land separating a shopping center from a residential neighborhood

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  1. A strip of land separating two parcels that are zoned differently, such as undeveloped land separating a shopping center from a residential neighborhood.
  2. Standard established by local or state government to protect the public by regulating building and construction methods, including plumbing, electrical and fire.
  3. A method used to control density and overcrowding by restricting setbacks, building height, or ratio of open area.
  4. Proof by the county that a structure has met building code requriement and may be occupied. Issued either when a buiding is new or when remodeling required a building permit.
  5. An area where residential density is described overall but the developer is allowed flexibility in placing the residences in groups interspersed with open space.
  6. Special permission for a use to exist where the current zoning would not normally allow it. For example, it may allow a preschool in a residential neighborhood.
  7. Private, voluntary rules (intended to be beneficial) used in homeowner associations and PUD's; also deed restrictions that control property use, architectural changes, landscaping, and whether or not animals are permitted, etc.
  8. The theory governing water rights in Colorado and other states which holds that the right to divert the un-appropriated waters of any natural stream (surface or underground) to beneficial use shall never be denied. Priority is determined by time of claim and follows the order of domestic, agricultural, manufacturing and recreational.
  9. The parcel that receives the right (permission) from the servient estate to use the adjacent lands. Example: "Right-of-Way" for road access.
  10. Changing the zoning to a more restricted use, such as from multi-family to single family which will restrict the density.

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