addition

noun

  • Property Law

Definitions of addition

  • (REAL PROPERTY LAW) a structure that has been added to or connected with another previously existing building

    The addition will provide room for the police department's fleet of cars and storage for the highway department.

  • something that has been added or joined to something else; the action or process of adding or joining one thing to another thing

    Schedule C is hereby amended by the addition to Section 4, Table 4.1.1.1.

Phrase Bank for addition

  • D. Tenant shall make no alterations in or additions to the premises without first obtaining Landlord’s written consent.

  • LESSEE may make additions to the premises, including structures for housing the activities of LESSEE under this lease.

  • Subject is being provided “as is” All other improvements, alterations and additions to the Premises desired by Tenant shall be made only at Tenant’s expense.

  • In addition, AXXESS may build a screening module for its WEB site under the terms and conditions shown in EXHIBIT IV.

  • In addition, I would expect you to be actively involved in helping senior managers at CCBN develop business and product strategies.

Additional Notes for addition

  • in addition as well as; supplementary to: In addition, you may also be requested to serve as a director of one or more of our subsidiaries in which case you may be subject to other laws.