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For the purpose of this chapter the following definitions shall apply, unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING. A structure used for commercial purposes.
MOBILE HOME. A movable or portable dwelling constructed to be towed on its own chassis and designed for permanent year-round living as a single family dwelling. Provided, however, that the term “mobile home” shall not include motor homes, campers, recreational vehicles (whether licensed or not as motor vehicles) or other transportable structures designed for temporary use and which are not designed primarily for permanent residence and connection to sanitary sewage, electrical power and potable water utilities.
PREMANUFACTURED BUILDING. A building or portion thereof which has been premanufactured or prefabricated and is used primarily for commercial and/or residential purposes.
SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING. A structure or building designed and used for complete living accommodations of a single family.
(`73 Code, 35.021, § 6.1) (Ord. eff. 2-14-83)