For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ESTATE SALE. A way of liquidating the belongings of a family or estate, usually much more than a garage sale or yard sales, and is used when someone is in need of a way to sell off personal belongings due to downsizing, moving, divorce, bankruptcy, or death.
   GARAGE SALE. A sale of household goods, furniture, equipment, utensils, appliances, tools, personal clothing, glassware or similar personal property, including, but not limited to any sale commonly termed “estate sale,” “porch sale,” “yard sale,” “lawn sale,” “group family sale,” or “attic sale.”
(‘78 Code, § 10-80) (Ord. 705, passed 11-10-86; Am. Ord. OR-1974-15, passed 11-9-15)