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 What is the difference between an assigned unit and a tenant unit on a military base?

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What is the difference between a linear unit and a square unit?

A linear unit is a one-dimensionn line; a square unit is area. A linear unit is a distance measurment like 1 inch, 2 miles, or 3 kilometers. A square unit is expressed in square, like 2 square feet.
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What is the difference between a apartment and a unit?

Depending on the context, these two terms could mean the same thing: other descriptions for a residence or commercial space. Usually an apartment is the name of a residence in a building where the... Read More »
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Is the owner of a condo unit responsible for water damages from a leak in his unit to a unit below?

Only if the owner above was negligent somehow. A pipe simply bursting suddenly and without warning would not trigger any liability of the unitowner. However, if the unitowner above was filling his... Read More »
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Would adding a clothes washer to a second floor condominium unit impact the plumbing of the condo unit directly beneath the second floor unit?

Answer it depends on how your lines run. usually it woulden't effect anything but if your sewer line is to close to some of the fixtures in the upper floor the suds from the washer could back up in... Read More »
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