Definition: [ˈzoʊnɪŋ ˈlɒz] are a set of legislative acts aimed at determining the territorial boundaries of expedient using according to types of lands, taking into account their ecological and economic belonging and the formation of an appropriate legal regime in the selected areas. They are focused on protecting the property rights of original owners, supporting public health and preventing potential conflicts associated with building or repair work. The laws contain requirements for the installation of water pipes, gas pipelines, ventilation, fire safety systems, licensing rules, as well as the norms of an internal and external design of an edifice.
Zoning laws in a sentences:
- The lack of zoning laws would lead to chaotic construction and ugly urban architecture.
- According to the zoning laws, residents have every right to appeal to an unwanted developer.
Synonyms and related words: bordering acts, bounding laws, delimiting laws