1. | 1 COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDED FOR HOUSING PROJECTS AND WILL BE MANDATORY FOR HOW MUCH IN HECTARE |
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2. | A building designed or used as residence for one or more families. |
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3. | A dwelling containing two or more separate living units each of which is separated from another by party or lot lines walls and provided with independent access, services, a use of land. Such dwelling shall include duplexes, row houses or terraces, and cluster housing. |
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4. | A dwelling for one family which is completely surrounded by permanent open spaces, with independent access, services, and use of land. |
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5. | A dwelling on one lot containing separate living units for 3 or more families, usually provided with common access, services, and use of land. |
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6. | A parcel of land bounded on the sides by streets or alleys or pathways or other natural or manmade features, and occupied by or intended for buildings. |
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7. | A public way intended for pedestrian and which cuts across a block to provide access to adjacent streets or property with maximum length of 100 meters if connecting to roads and 50 meters if terminating in a dead end. |
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8. | A public way intended to serve both pedestrian and emergency vehicles, and also access to lots, both end always connecting to streets. |
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9. | A single-family attached dwelling containing three or more separate living units grouped closely together to form relatively compact structures. |
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10. | A single-family attached dwelling containing three or more separate living units designed in such a way that they abut each other at the sides, as in a row, and are separated from each other by party walls: provided with independent access, services, and use of land. |
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11. | A wall used jointly by two parties under easement agreement, erected upon a line separating two parcels of land each of which is a separate real estate. |
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12. | As per this rule, windows that will be used for baths or toilets will be how many percent at least, of the floor area of the room |
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13. | As per this rule, windows that will be used for rooms or any habitation will be how many percent at least, of the floor area of the room |
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14. | For circular staircase what will be the minimum run in the narrower end of the step |
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15. | For electrical requirements, what is the minimum requirement under this rule for housing per activity room |
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16. | For habitable rooms the height of floor to ceiling is |
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17. | For inner courts, passage way must be provided on it with a minimum width of |
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18. | For single family dwellings, all yards must have at least ____m horizontal dimension |
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19. | HOW MANY PERCENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDE IF THE PROJECT HOUSING WILL BE 152-225 DWELLING UNITS |
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20. | HOW MANY PERCENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDE IF THE PROJECT HOUSING WILL BE 225 AND ABOVE DWELLING UNITS |
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21. | HOW MANY PERCENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDE IF THE PROJECT HOUSING WILL BE 150 AND BELOW DWELLING UNITS |
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22. | How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 150 and below dwelling units? |
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23. | How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 151-160 dwelling units? |
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24. | How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 161-175 dwelling units? |
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25. | How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 176-200 dwelling units? |
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26. | How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 201 - 225 dwelling units? |
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27. | How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 226 dwelling units? |
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28. | If there is no public or exisitng services or utilities like water distribution system, independent sources must be provided with at least how may liters per day |
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29. | IF TWO FACING SIDES OF BUILDINGS ARE BLANK WALLS the distance of the 2 structures is |
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30. | In multi family dwellings, buildings with 2 storey how much in meters must be the 2 structure eaves apart in distance |
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31. | In multi family dwellings, buildings with 2 storey how much in meters must be the 2 sstructure apart in distance |
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32. | In multi family dwellings, buildings with 3-4 storey how much in meters must be the 2 structure apart in distance |
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33. | In multi family dwellings, buildings with 3-4 storey how much in meters must be the 2 structure eaves apart in distance |
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34. | In multi family dwellings, buildings with 4 storey above how much in meters must be the 2 structure eaves apart in distance |
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35. | In multi family dwellings, buildings with 4 storey above how much in meters must be the 2 structure apart in distance |
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36. | In stair the headroom clearance will be |
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37. | IN THE RROW (ROAD RIGHT OF WAY) ALLEY WILL BE PROVIDED FOR HOW MUCH AND AT LEAST WIDTH? AND WILL NOT BE USED FOR ACCESS TO PROPERTY. |
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38. | Lot frontage for corner lot |
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39. | Lot frontage for interior lot |
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40. | Lot frontage for irregular lot |
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41. | Lot frontage for regular lot |
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42. | Lot frontage for row houses |
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43. | Lot frontage for single attached or duplex |
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44. | MASONRY CONSTRUCTION USED FOR DWELLING UNITS ABUT IN PROPERTY LINE |
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45. | MASONRY CONSTRUCTION USED FOR TWO LIVING UNITS ABUT EACH OTHER |
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46. | Mezzanine floor area will be how many percent of the floor area in the ground |
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47. | Mezzanine height from finish floor to ceiling is |
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48. | Minimum lot area for duplex-single detached for economic housing |
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49. | Minimum lot area for duplex-single detached for socialized housing |
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50. | Minimum lot area for rowhouses for economic housing |
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51. | Minimum lot area for rowhouses for socialized housing |
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52. | Minimum lot area for single detached for economic housing |
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53. | Minimum lot area for single detached for socialized housing |
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54. | Number of riser for stairs that is not requiring for handrails |
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55. | Parks and playground must be atleast |
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56. | Row houses will be maximum of how many units? |
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57. | Shall mean the Human Settlements Regulatory Commission. |
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58. | That portion of the subdivision which is generally not built on and intended for passive or active recreation. |
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59. | The concrete road must be __________ at 28 days |
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60. | The distance of landing to landing in stair is |
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61. | The maximum length of a path walk under this rule is |
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62. | The maximum length of row houses will be |
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63. | The minimum door widths for main entrance |
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64. | The minimum door widths for main service rooms and bedrooms |
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65. | The minimum door widths for toilet and baths |
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66. | The minimum floor area for economic housing will be |
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67. | The minimum floor area for socialized housing will be |
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68. | The purpose for which a building is used or intended to be used. The term shall also include the building or room housing such use. Change of occupancy is not intended to include change of tenants or proprietors. |
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69. | The rise and run of this stair will be respectively ... |
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70. | The thickness of the concrete road will be at least |
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71. | The thickness of the road asphalt will be at least |
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72. | This type of wall will be mandatory for row houses, duplex, and alike |
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73. | To moderately low income families with lower interest rates and longer amortization periods. |
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74. | To serve common needs and for the benefit of the community, such as: neighborhood/ multi-purpose center, health center, drugstore, school, livelihood center, etc. |
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75. | Under this rule, housing project will be mandatory to provide |
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76. | Under this rule, the planning consideration will be: a. Observance of hierarchy of roads b. Conformance to natural topography c. Consideration for access and safety and d. |
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77. | Under this rule, the setback in the front will be provide is |
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78. | Under this rule, the setback in the rear will be provided is |
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79. | Under this rule, the setback in the sides will be provide is |
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80. | Under this rule, the side walk or alley must be what finished |
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81. | What will be the distance of handrails from finish tread or floor |
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82. | What will be the minimum thickness of fire block between 2 dwelling units |
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83. | What will be the minimum width of stair |
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84. | What will be the thickness of the firewall |
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