# Housing And Land Trivia Quiz: Implementing Rules And Regulations For Pd 957

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This is a Housing and Land Trivia Quiz on Implementing Rules and Regulations for Pd 957. Any real estate agent or surveyor needs to have some information about the rules that surround ownership and use of lands. If you feel like you need to test your understanding of this test, all you need to do is take up this test!

• 1.

### What is the minimum lot frontage of Single Detached Corner Lot?

• A.

12

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

3

A. 12
Explanation
The minimum lot frontage of a Single Detached Corner Lot is 12. This means that the width of the lot, measured at the frontage, must be at least 12 units. It is important for a corner lot to have a wider frontage to accommodate the access and visibility from two different streets. A wider frontage allows for better positioning of the house on the lot and provides more space for landscaping and driveway access.

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• 2.

### What is the minimum lot frontage of Single Detached Regular Lot?

• A.

12

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

3

B. 10
Explanation
The minimum lot frontage of a Single Detached Regular Lot is 10. This means that the width of the lot, measured at the front, should be at least 10 units. It is important to have a minimum lot frontage to ensure that there is enough space for a single detached house to be built on the lot while maintaining a reasonable distance from neighboring properties. A lot with a frontage less than 10 units may not meet the requirements for a Single Detached Regular Lot.

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• 3.

### What is the minimum lot frontage of Single Detached Irregular Lot?

• A.

12

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

3

C. 6
Explanation
The minimum lot frontage of a Single Detached Irregular Lot is 6. This means that the width of the lot at the front must be at least 6 units. It is important to have a minimum lot frontage to ensure that there is enough space for access and to maintain the required setbacks from neighboring properties.

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• 4.

### What is the minimum lot frontage of Single Detached Interior Lot?

• A.

12

• B.

10

• C.

6

• D.

3

D. 3
Explanation
The minimum lot frontage of a Single Detached Interior Lot is 3. This means that the width of the lot, measured from one side to the other, should be at least 3 units. This is the smallest size allowed for this type of lot, ensuring that there is enough space for a single detached house to be built on it.

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• 5.

### What is the minimum lot frontage of Duplex/Single Attached?

• A.

12

• B.

10

• C.

8

• D.

6

C. 8
Explanation
The minimum lot frontage of a Duplex/Single Attached is 8. This means that the width of the lot should be at least 8 units in order to accommodate a duplex or a single attached house. A lot frontage refers to the width of the lot that faces the street or road. Having a minimum lot frontage ensures that there is enough space for the house and provides adequate access to the property.

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• 6.

### What is the minimum lot frontage of Rowhouse?

• A.

8

• B.

6

• C.

4

• D.

3

C. 4
Explanation
The minimum lot frontage of a rowhouse is 4. This means that the width of the lot or the frontage of the rowhouse should be at least 4 units. A rowhouse is a type of housing where a group of similar houses are attached to each other in a row, sharing side walls. In order to maintain a uniform and cohesive appearance, a minimum lot frontage of 4 units is required for a rowhouse.

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• 7.

### The number of rowhouses shall not exceed 20 units per block/cluster but in no case shall this be beyond how many meters in length?

• A.

200 meters

• B.

150 meters

• C.

100 meters

• D.

50 meters

C. 100 meters
Explanation
The correct answer is 100 meters. This means that the length of the block/cluster cannot exceed 100 meters. This limit is set to ensure that the number of rowhouses does not exceed 20 units in any given block/cluster. By imposing this restriction, the authorities can control the density and ensure that the area is not overcrowded.

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• 8.

### Maximum length of block shall be how many meters?

• A.

500 meters

• B.

450 meters

• C.

400 meters

• D.

350 meters

C. 400 meters
Explanation
The maximum length of a block is determined to be 400 meters. This means that any block cannot exceed this length in measurement.

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• 9.

### What is the Minimum floor area for open market housing?

• A.

56 square meters

• B.

42 square meters

• C.

30 square meters

• D.

24 square meters

B. 42 square meters
Explanation
The minimum floor area for open market housing is 42 square meters. This means that any housing unit in the open market must have a floor area of at least 42 square meters. This requirement ensures that the housing units meet a certain standard of livability and provide enough space for occupants.

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• 10.

### What is the Minimum floor area for medium cost housing?

• A.

56 square meters

• B.

42 square meters

• C.

30 square meters

• D.

24 square meters

C. 30 square meters
Explanation
The minimum floor area for medium cost housing is 30 square meters. This means that any medium cost housing unit must have a floor area of at least 30 square meters in order to meet the requirements or standards set for such housing.

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• 11.

### What is the minimum lot area of Rowhouse for open market housing?

• A.

60 sqm

• B.

50 sqm

• C.

40 sqm

• D.

30 sqm

A. 60 sqm
Explanation
The minimum lot area of a rowhouse for open market housing is 60 sqm. This means that in order for a rowhouse to be considered suitable for open market housing, it must have a minimum lot area of 60 sqm.

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• 12.

### What is the minimum lot area of Duplex/Single Attached for open market housing?

• A.

100 sqm

• B.

96 sqm

• C.

84 sqm

• D.

72 sqm

B. 96 sqm
Explanation
The minimum lot area of Duplex/Single Attached for open market housing is 96 sqm. This means that in order to build a Duplex or Single Attached house for open market housing, the lot area must be at least 96 sqm.

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• 13.

### What is the minimum lot area of Single Detached for open market housing?

• A.

240 sqm

• B.

120 sqm

• C.

96 sqm

• D.

84 sqm

B. 120 sqm
Explanation
The minimum lot area of Single Detached for open market housing is 120 sqm. This means that for a Single Detached house to be considered suitable for the open market, it must have a minimum lot area of 120 sqm. This requirement ensures that the house has enough space for a comfortable living environment and meets the standards set for open market housing.

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• 14.

### What is the minimum lot area of Single Detached for medium cost housing?

• A.

240 sqm

• B.

120 sqm

• C.

100 sqm

• D.

96 sqm

C. 100 sqm
Explanation
The minimum lot area of a Single Detached for medium cost housing is 100 sqm. This means that for a medium cost housing unit to be classified as a Single Detached, it must have a minimum lot area of 100 sqm. This requirement ensures that there is enough space for the unit to be standalone and not attached to any other structures.

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• 15.

### What is the minimum lot area of Duplex/Single Attached for medium cost housing?

• A.

120 sqm

• B.

100 sqm

• C.

96 sqm

• D.

80 sqm

D. 80 sqm
Explanation
The minimum lot area of Duplex/Single Attached for medium cost housing is 80 sqm. This means that for medium cost housing, the smallest lot area required for a Duplex or Single Attached unit is 80 square meters.

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• 16.

### What is the minimum lot area of Rowhouses for medium cost housing?

• A.

80 sqm

• B.

60 sqm

• C.

50 sqm

• D.

40 sqm

C. 50 sqm
Explanation
The minimum lot area of Rowhouses for medium cost housing is 50 sqm. This means that in order for a rowhouse to be considered medium cost housing, it must have a minimum lot area of 50 sqm.

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• 17.

### Blocks exceeding _____ meters shall l be provided with an alley approximately at mid-length.

• A.

250 meters

• B.

200 meters

• C.

150 meters

• D.

100 meters

A. 250 meters
Explanation
Blocks exceeding 250 meters shall be provided with an alley approximately at mid-length. This means that if a block is longer than 250 meters, it should have an alley or pathway running through it at around the halfway point. This is likely to ensure proper access and circulation within the block, allowing for easier movement and navigation. It may also help with emergency access and provide a break in the block for aesthetic reasons.

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• 18.

### Minimum Water Supply Requirement per capita per day for household connection?

• A.

200 liters

• B.

150 liters

• C.

100 liters

• D.

50 liters

B. 150 liters
Explanation
The minimum water supply requirement per capita per day for a household connection is 150 liters. This amount of water is considered sufficient to meet the basic needs of an individual, including drinking, cooking, cleaning, and sanitation. It takes into account the average water consumption patterns and ensures that there is an adequate supply for each person in a household.

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• 19.

### A building, or group of buildings, used for office, businesses, professional services, and other commercial enterprise organized, owned and maintained as a condominium.

• A.

Condominium Unit

• B.

Commercial Condominium

• C.

Condominium Project

• D.

Condominium

B. Commercial Condominium
Explanation
A commercial condominium refers to a building or group of buildings that are owned and maintained as a condominium, specifically for office, businesses, professional services, and other commercial enterprises. This means that individual units within the building are owned by different businesses or individuals, who share ownership of common areas and facilities. The term "commercial" distinguishes it from residential condominiums, which are used for housing purposes. Therefore, the answer "Commercial Condominium" accurately describes a building or group of buildings used for commercial purposes and organized as a condominium.

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• 20.

### It means an interest in real property consisting of a separate interest in a unit in a residential, industrial or commercial building and an undivided interest in common directly or indirectly, in the land on which it is located and in other common areas of the building.

• A.

Condominium Unit

• B.

Commercial Condominium

• C.

Condominium Project

• D.

Condominium

D. Condominium
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Condominium" because it refers to an interest in real property that includes a separate unit within a residential, industrial, or commercial building, as well as an undivided interest in the land on which the building is located and other common areas of the building. This term encompasses the concept described in the question.

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• 21.

### It may include, in addition, a separate interest in other portions of such real property. Title to the common areas, including the land, or the appurtenant interests in such areas, may be held by a corporation specially formed for the purpose in which the holders of separate interests shall automatically be members or shareholders, to the exclusion of others, in proportion to the appurtenant interest of their respective units in the common areas.

• A.

Condominium Unit

• B.

Commercial Condominium

• C.

Condominium Project

• D.

Condominium

D. Condominium
Explanation
The given passage describes a type of property ownership where individuals own separate units within a larger property, such as an apartment building or housing complex. The common areas and land are typically owned by a corporation, with the individual unit owners automatically becoming members or shareholders in proportion to their ownership of the common areas. This type of property ownership is commonly known as a condominium.

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• 22.

### It means the entire parcel of real property divided or to be dividedin condominium, including all structures thereon.

• A.

Condominium Unit

• B.

Commercial Condominium

• C.

Condominium Project

• D.

Condominium

C. Condominium Project
Explanation
The correct answer is "Condominium Project" because it refers to the entire parcel of real property that is divided or to be divided into condominiums, including all structures on it. This term encompasses the overall development or complex of condominium units and is commonly used in real estate terminology.

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• 23.

### It means a part of the condominium project intended for any type of independent use or ownership, including one or more floors (or part or parts of floors) in a building or buildings and such accessories as may be appended thereto.

• A.

Condominium Unit

• B.

Commercial Condominium

• C.

Condominium Project

• D.

Condominium

A. Condominium Unit
Explanation
A condominium unit refers to a specific portion of a condominium project that is intended for independent use or ownership. This can include one or more floors or parts of floors in a building or buildings, along with any attached accessories. In other words, it is a self-contained living or commercial space within a larger condominium development.

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• 24.

### A parcel of land bounded on the sides by streets or alleys or pathways or other natural or man-made features, and occupied by or intended for buildings.

• A.

Common Areas

• B.

Block

• C.

Lot

• D.

Community Facilities

B. Block
Explanation
The correct answer is "Block" because a block refers to a parcel of land that is surrounded by streets, alleys, pathways, or other features. It is typically occupied or intended for buildings.

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• 25.

### A portion of a subdivision or any parcel of land intended as a unit for transfer or ownership for building development.

• A.

Common Areas

• B.

Block

• C.

Lot

• D.

Community Facilities

C. Lot
Explanation
A lot refers to a portion of land that is intended for transfer or ownership for building development, whether it is part of a subdivision or any other parcel of land. It is a specific area that can be bought, sold, or developed separately from other parts of the property.

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• 26.

### Facilities or structures intended to serve common needs and for the benefit of the community such as schools, places of worship, hospitals,

• A.

Common Areas

• B.

Block

• C.

Lot

• D.

Community Facilities

D. Community Facilities
Explanation
Community facilities refer to facilities or structures that are designed to serve the common needs and benefit the community. These can include schools, places of worship, hospitals, parks, community centers, and other amenities that are provided for the well-being and convenience of the community. These facilities are essential for the development and growth of a community, as they promote social interaction, education, healthcare, and recreation. They play a vital role in enhancing the quality of life and fostering a sense of belonging and unity among community members.

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• 27.

### It means the entire project excepting all units separately granted, held or reserved.

• A.

Common Areas

• B.

Block

• C.

Lot

• D.

Community Facilities

A. Common Areas
Explanation
This answer suggests that "Common Areas" refers to the entirety of a project, excluding any units that have been granted, held, or reserved separately. In other words, it encompasses all the shared spaces and facilities within the project that are not specifically assigned to individual units.

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• 28.

### It is the side of a lot which abuts a street.

• A.

Lot

• B.

Dwelling Unit

• C.

Frontage

• D.

Open Space

C. Frontage
Explanation
Frontage refers to the side of a lot that directly faces a street or road. It is the area that is adjacent to the street and typically where the main entrance of a building or property is located. This term is commonly used in real estate and zoning regulations to determine the placement and orientation of buildings on a lot. In this context, the correct answer indicates that frontage is the side of a lot that abuts a street.

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• 29.

### It is the structure designed or used as residence.

• A.

Lot

• B.

Dwelling Unit

• C.

Frontage

• D.

Open Space

B. Dwelling Unit
Explanation
A dwelling unit refers to a structure that is designed or used as a residence. It is a place where people live and reside. This can include houses, apartments, condominiums, or any other type of residential structure. The term "dwelling unit" is commonly used in zoning and building codes to define the purpose and use of a particular structure. It is an essential component of any residential development or planning process.

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• 30.

### It shall refer to an area reserved exclusively for parks, playgrounds, recreational uses, schools, roads, places of worship, hospitals, health centers, barangay centers, and other similar facilities and amenities.

• A.

Lot

• B.

Dwelling Unit

• C.

Frontage

• D.

Open Space

D. Open Space
Explanation
Open Space refers to an area that is designated for various purposes such as parks, playgrounds, schools, roads, hospitals, and other similar facilities and amenities. It is a reserved space that is intended for recreational and community use. This term is commonly used in urban planning and zoning regulations to ensure that there are sufficient public spaces for the well-being and enjoyment of residents.

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• 31.

### A dwelling, or portion thereof, providing complete living facilities for one family, including provisions for living, sleeping, cooking, eating, bathing and toilet facilities and laundry facilities, the same as a single-family dwelling.

• A.

Lot

• B.

Dwelling Unit

• C.

Living Unit

• D.

Open Space

C. Living Unit
Explanation
A living unit refers to a dwelling or a portion of a dwelling that offers all the necessary facilities for one family to live comfortably. This includes spaces for living, sleeping, cooking, eating, bathing, toilet facilities, and laundry facilities. In other words, a living unit is similar to a single-family dwelling as it provides complete living amenities for a family.

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• 32.

### A lot fronting on one street and the remaining sides bounded by lot lines.

• A.

Regular lot

• B.

Corner lot

• C.

Interior lot

• D.

Through lot

A. Regular lot
Explanation
A regular lot is a type of lot where all sides are bounded by lot lines, except for one side which faces a street. This means that the lot is not a corner lot, where two sides face streets, or an interior lot, where no sides face a street. It is also not a through lot, which is a lot that extends between two parallel streets. In a regular lot, the majority of the sides are bounded by lot lines, making it different from the other options.

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• 33.

### A lot situated at the intersection of two or more streets.

• A.

Regular lot

• B.

Corner lot

• C.

Interior lot

• D.

Through lot

B. Corner lot
Explanation
A corner lot refers to a lot that is located at the intersection of two or more streets. This type of lot typically has more exposure and visibility compared to other lots, as it is surrounded by streets on multiple sides. It often provides more opportunities for access and has a higher potential for commercial or residential development.

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• 34.

### A lot located at the inner portion of a block with a minimum of three meter (3-m) wide access which forms part of the lot.

• A.

Regular lot

• B.

Corner lot

• C.

Interior lot

• D.

Through lot

C. Interior lot
Explanation
An interior lot refers to a lot that is located within the block and is surrounded by other lots on all sides. In this case, the lot is situated at the inner portion of the block and has a minimum 3-meter wide access, which is a requirement for an interior lot.

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• 35.

### A lot bounded on two opposite sides by roads.

• A.

Regular lot

• B.

Corner lot

• C.

Interior lot

• D.

Through lot

D. Through lot
Explanation
A through lot refers to a lot that is bounded on two opposite sides by roads, allowing access from both ends. This means that vehicles and pedestrians can enter and exit the lot from either side, making it convenient for transportation and providing flexibility in terms of access and layout.

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• 36.

### Any lot which is not rectangle nor square-shaped

• A.

Irregular lot

• B.

Corner lot

• C.

Interior lot

• D.

Through lot

A. Irregular lot
Explanation
The term "irregular lot" refers to a lot that does not have a regular or uniform shape, meaning it is not a rectangle or square. This could include lots that have unique or unconventional shapes, such as triangular or trapezoidal lots. The other options, corner lot, interior lot, and through lot, do not necessarily describe the shape of the lot, but rather its location or position in relation to other lots or structures. Therefore, the correct answer is irregular lot.

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