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Dwelling


Definition:

Premises for a permanent residence of persons - built or remodelled for residential purposes structurally separated by fixed walls within a building, into which a separate access leads from a staircase, a passage, a common hall or directly from a street, a courtyard or a garden, comprising one or several rooms and auxiliary spaces.



Auxiliary spaces include: a common hall, a bathroom, a flushed toilet, a larder, a dressing room, a veranda, a storeroom and other space within a dwelling, serving the residential and utility needs of dwellers.


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Izabella Adamczyk
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