habitability


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Related to habitability: inhabitability, Habitability zone
  • noun

Synonyms for habitability

suitability for living in or on

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Once the landlord started neglecting repairs, tenants, correctly so, started claiming entitlement to an abatement in rent for breach of the warranty of habitability.
Specifically, but without limiting the generality of the fore-going, SELLER HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY CREATED BY THE ILLINOIS CASE OF PETERSEN v.
The government and the ruling Grand National Party agreed on the measures to enhance the habitability of the islets, called Dokdo in South Korea and Takeshima in Japan, on Sunday at a high-level meeting of officials from both sides, according to the Dong-a Ilbo.
The Navy could (1) sustain the battleships in inactive status; (2) reactivate the battleships to their original warfighting capabilities, with some improvements to bring them up to current ship standards for habitability and interoperability; or (3) modernize the battleships, their fire support capabilities, and other supporting capabilities significantly beyond their original capabilities.
Environmental Health Needs & Habitability Assessment.
We must try to create habitability through meeting human needs by way of an all-inclusive patchwork quilt of land-use ideas.
Drawing upon a diversity of sources and original research, author Jim Keith reveals how the rich elite of the world have initiated a secret program of space migration to escape the environmental pollution and overpopulation which is not-so-gradually destroying the habitability of the Earth.
For example, the implied warranty of habitability requires general contractors to build dwellings that satisfy the building code and meet prevailing standards of workmanship.
Real Futures - placing defence of the environment and the habitability of the planet at the heart of EU policy
Over-consumption, pollution, the loss of species and habitats, and mismanagement of natural resources are undermining global habitability.
Under the landlord incentive program, rental property owners can receive up to $3,000 to make repairs on a unit to meet Section 8 housing habitability requirements.
At one end of that spectrum are chapters on life support systems, habitability, and group dynamics aboard spacecraft; at the other end, space tourism, settlements, and interstellar migration.
The Act requires site inspections by a state's housing credit agency, to monitor projects for compliance with habitability standards.
Apart from Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat's chapter on the habitability of the house, there are papers by Grete Tugendhat, the original client.