A.01: Accessoria or Row House. A house of not more than two stories,
composed of a row of dwelling units entirely separated from one
another by party wall or walls and with an independent entrance for
each dwelling unit.
A.02: Accessory Building. A building subordinate to the main building
on the same lot and used for purposes customarily incidental to those
of the main building, such as servants' quarters, garage, pumphouse,
A.03: Alley. Any public space or thoroughfare which has been dedicated
or deeded to the public or of public use as a passageway.
A.04: Alter or Alteration. Any change, addition, or modification in
construction or occupancy.
A.05: Apartment. A room, or suite of two or more rooms, designed and
intended for, or occupied by one family for living, sleeping, and
A.06: Apartment House. Any building or portion thereof, which is
designed, built, rented, leased, let, or hired out to be occupied, or
which is occupied as the home or residence of three or more families
living independently of each other and doing their own cooking in
the said building, and shall include flats and apartments.
A.07: Arcade. Any portion of a building above the first floor
projecting over the sidewalk beyond the first-story wall used as
protection for pedestrians against rain and sun.
A.08: Area. An open subsurface adjacent to a building or lot line.
A.09: Assembly Building or Hall. A building or a portion of a building
used for the gathering together of fifty or more persons for such
purposes as deliberation, worship, entertainment, amusement, or
awaiting transportation or of a hundred or more persons in drinking and
A.10: Attic Story. Any story situated wholly or part in a roof, so
designed, arranged, or built as to be used for business, storage, or
A.11: Awning. A movable shelter supported entirely from the exterior
wall of a building and of a type which be retracted, folded, or
collapsed against the face of a supporting building.
B.01: Backing. The surface or assembly to which veneer is attached.
B. 02: Balcony. A portion of the seating space of an assembly room, the
lower part of which is raised 1.20 meters (4 feet) or more above the
level of the main floor.
B.03: Balcony, Exterior Exit. A landing or porch projecting from the
wall of a building, and which serves as a required means of egress.
The long size shall be at least 50 per cent open, and the open area
above the guardrail shall be so distributed as to prevent the
accumulation of smoke or toxic gases.
B.04: Barbecue. A stationary open hearth or brazier, either fuel-fired
or electric, used for food preparation.
B. 05: Basement. A portion of a building between floor and ceiling
which is partly below and partly above grade but so located that the
vertical distance from grade to the floor below is less than the
vertical distance from grade to ceiling.
B.06: Bay or Panel. One of the intervals or spaces into which the
building front is divided by columns, buttresses, or division walls.
B.07: Boarding House. A house with five or more sleeping rooms where
boarders are provided with lodging and meals for fixed sum paid by the
month, or week, in accordance with the previous arrangement.
B. 08. Boiler Room. Any room containing a steam or hot water boiler.
B.09: Buildable Are. The remaining space in a lot after deducting the
required minimum open spaces.
B.10: Building. Any structure built for the support, shelter, or
enclosure of persons, animals, chattels, or property of any kind.
B.11: Building, Existing. A building erected prior to the adoption of
this Code or one for which a legal building permit has been issued.
B.12: Building Height. The vertical distance from the established grade
elevation to the highest point of the coping of a flat roof, to
the average height of the highest gable of a pitch or hip roof,
or to the top of the parapet if the roof is provided with a parapet. In
case of sloping ground, the average ground level of the buildable area
shall be considered the established grade elevation.
B.13: Building Length. Its general linear dimension, usually measured
in the direction of the bearing wall for girders.
B.14: Building Official. The officer charged with the administration
and enforcement of this Code; the City Engineer or the City Public
Works Supervisor in the case of chartered cities, and the Municipal
Engineer, the Land and Building Official, or the Public Works Engineer
in the case of provinces and municipalities.
B.15: Building Width. Its shortest linear dimension, usually measured
in the direction of the floor, beams or joists.
C.01: Cellar. The portion of a building between floor and ceiling which
is wholly partly below grade and so located that the vertical distance
from grade to the floor below is equal to or greater than the vertical
distance from grade to ceiling.
C.02: Chimney Classifications:cralaw
(a) Residential Appliances Type.
A factory-built or masonry chimney suitable for removing products of
combustion from residential type appliances producing combustion gases
not in excess of 538C (1000F) measured at the appliance flue outlet.
(b) Low-Heat Appliance Type. A factory-built, masonry or metal chimney
suitable for removing the products of combustion from fuel-burning
low-heat appliances producing combustion gases not in excess of
538ºC (1000ºF) under normal operating conditions but capable
of producing combustible gases of 760ºC (1400ºF) during
intermittent forced firing of period up to one hour. All temperatures
are measured at the appliance flue outlet.
(c) Medium-Heat Appliance Type. A factory-built masonry or metal
chimney suitable for removing the products of combustion from
fuel-burning medium-heated appliances producing combustion gases not in
excess of 1093ºC (2000ºF) measured at the appliance flue
C.03: Chimney Connector. The pipe which connects a flue-burning
appliance to a chimney.
C.04: Chimney, Factory-Built. The listed chimney.
C.05: Chimney Liner. The lining material of fire clay or other approved
C. 06: Chimney, Masonry. The chimney of solid masonry units, bricks,
stones, listed hollow unit masonry units, or reinforced concrete.
C.07: City. A political subdivision usually governed by a mayor and a
council having local legislative authority with broad powers of
self-government granted to it by its charter.
C.08: Concrete Block. A hollow or solid concrete masonry unit made from
portland cement and suitable aggregates such as sand, gravel, crushed
stone, bituminous or anthracite cinders, burned clay or shale, pumice,
volcanic scoria, air-cooled or expanded blast furnace slags.
C.09: Coping. The material or units used to form a cap of finish on top
of a wall, pier, or pilaster.
C.10: Corrosion-Resistant. The non-ferrous metal, or any metal having
an unbroken surface of non-ferrous metal, or steel with not less than
10 per cent chromium or with not less than 0.20 per cent copper.
C.11: Corrosion-Resistant Materials. Materials that are inherently
rust-resistant or materials to which an approved rust-resistive coating
has been applied either before or after forming or fabrication.
C.12: Course. A continuous horizontal layer of masonry units.
C.13: Court. An unoccupied space between building lines and lot lines
other than a yard free, open, and unobstructed by appendages from the
D.01: Dispersal Area (Safe). An area which will accommodate a number of
persons equal to the total capacity of the stand and building it
serves, in such a manner that no person within the area need be closer
than 15.00 meters (50 feet) from the stand or building. Dispersal areas
shall be based upon an area of not less than 0.28 square meter (3
square feet) per person.
D.02: Dormitory. A room occupied by more than two guests.
D.03: Dwelling. Any building or any portion thereof which is not an
"apartment house', "lodging house" or a "hotel" as defined in this
Code, which contains one or two "dwelling units" or "guest rooms",
used, intended or designed to be built, used, rented, leased, let or
hired out to be occupied, or which are occupied for living purposes.
D.04: Dwelling Multiple. A building used as a home or residence of
three or more families living independently from one another, each
occupying one or more rooms are as a single housekeeping unit.
D.05: Dwelling, One-Family. A detached building designated for, or
occupied exclusively by one family.
D.06: Dwelling Unit. One or more habitable rooms which are occupied or
which are intended or designed to be occupied by one family with
facilities for living, sleeping, cooking, and eating.
E.01: Exit. A continuous and unobstructed means of egress to a public
way, and shall include intervening doors, doorways, corridors, exterior
exit balconies, ramps, stairways, smokeproof enclosures, horizontal
exits, exit passageways, exit courts, and yards. An exit shall be
deemed to be that point which opens directly into a safe dispersal area
or public way. All measurements are to be made to that point when
determining the permissible distance of travel.
E.02: Exit Court. A yard of court providing egress to a public way for
one or more required exits.
E.03: Exit, Horizontal. A means of passage from one building into
another building occupied by the same tenant through a separation wall
having a minimum fire resistance of one-hour.
E.04: Exit. Passageway. An enclosed means of egress connecting a
required exit or exit court with a public way.
F.01: Facing. Any masonry, forming an integral part of a wall, used as
a finished surface. (As contrasted to veneer, see definition).
F.02: Firebrick. A refractory brick.
F.03. Fire Clay. A finely ground clay used as plasticizer for masonry
mortars; varies widely in physical properties.
F.04: Fireplace. A heart and fire chamber or similarly prepared place
in which a fire may be made and which is built in conjunction with a
F.05: Fire Resistance or Fire-Resistive Construction. A construction to
resist the spread of fire, details of which are specified in this Code.
F.06: Fire-Resistiveness. The degree to which a material can withstand
fire as determined by internationally recognized and accepted testing
methods. The fire-resistive time period rating is the length of time a
material can withstand being burned and is usually classified as
one-hour, two-hour, three-hour, four-hour, etc.
F.07: Fire-Retardant Treated Wood. Lumber or plywood impregnated with
chemicals and when tested in accordance with accepted fire standards
for a period of 30 minutes shall have a flame-spread of not over 25 and
show no evidence of progressive combustion. The fire retardant
properties shall not be considered permanent where exposed to the
F.08: First Story. The story the floor of which is at or above the
level of the sidewalk or adjoining ground, the remaining stories being
numbered in regular succession upward.
F.09: Floor Area. The area included within the surrounding exterior
walls of a building or portion thereof, exclusive of vent shafts and
The floor area of a building or portion thereof, not provided with
surrounding exterior walls shall be the usable area under the
horizontal projection of the roof or floor above.
F.10: Footing. That portion of the foundation of a structure which
spreads and transmits loads directly to the soil or the pile.
F.11: Foundation. All the portions of the building or structure below
the footings, the earth upon which the structure rests.
G.01: Garage. A building or portion thereof in which a motor vehicle
containing gasoline, distillate or other volatile, flammable liquid in
its tank, is stored, repaired, or kept.
G. 02: Garage, Commercial. A garage where automobiles and other motor
vehicles are housed, cared for, equipped, repaired or kept for
renumeration, hire or sale.
G.03: Garage, Open Parking. A structure of one or more tiers in height
which is at least 50 per cent open on two or more sides and is used
exclusively for the parking or storage of passenger motor vehicles
having a capacity of not more than nine persons per vehicle. Open
parking garages are further classified as either ramp access or
mechanical-access. Ramp-access open parking garages are those employing
a series of continuously rising floors permitting the movement of
vehicles under their own power from and to the street level.
Mechanical-access parking garages are those employing parking machines,
lifts, elevators, or other mechanical devices for vehicles moving from
and to street and in which public occupancy is prohibited above the
G.04: Garage, Private. A building or portion of a building in which
only motor vehicles used by the tenants of the building or buildings on
the premises are stored or kept.
G.05: Garage, Public. Any garage other than a private garage.
G.06: Girder. A horizontal structural piece which supports the end of
the floor beams or joists or walls over openings.
G.07: Grade (Adjacent Ground Elevation). The lowest point of elevation
of the finished surface of the ground between the exterior wall of a
building and a point 1.50 meters (5 feet) distant from said wall, or
the lowest point of elevation of the finished surface of the ground
between the exterior wall of a building and the property line if it is
less than 1.50 meters (5 feet) distant from said wall. In case walls
are parallel to and within 1.50 meters (5 feet) of a public sidewalk,
alley, or other public way, the grade shall be the elevation of the
sidewalk, alley, or public way.
G.08: Ground Floor. The story at or near the level of the grade. The
other stories, beginning with the second, for the first next above,
shall be designated by successive floor numbers counting upward.
G.09: Guest Room. Any or rooms used, or intended to be used by a guest
for sleeping purposes. Every 9.30 square meters (100 square feet) of
superficial floor area in a dormitory shall be considered to be a guest
H.01: Habitable Room. Any room meeting the requirements of this Code
for sleeping, living, cooking, or dining purposes, excluding such
enclosed spaces as closets, pantries, bath or toilet rooms, service
rooms, connecting corridors, laundries, unfinished attics, storage
spaces, cellars, utility rooms, and similar space.
H.02: Hall Common. A corridor or passageway used in common by all the
occupants within a building.
H.03. Hall, Stair. A hall which includes the stair, stair landings, and
those portions of the common halls through which it is necessary to
pass in going between the entrance floor and the room.
H.04: Heliport. An area of land or water or a structural surface which
is used, or intended for use, for the landing and takeoff of
helicopters, and any appurtenant areas which are used, or intended for
use, for heliport buildings and other heliport facilities.
H.05: Helistop. The same as a heliport except that no refueling,
maintenance, repairs, or storage of helicopters is permitted.
H.06: Hotel. A building or part thereof with rooms occupied or intended
to be occupied for hire as temporary aboding place of individuals with
a general kitchen and public dining room service, but no
provision for cooking in any individual suite or room.
H.07: Hotel Apartment. An apartment house which may furnish dining room
service and other services for the exclusive use of its tenants.
I.01: Incombustible. As applied to building construction material, a
material which, in the form it is used, is either one of the following:
(a) Materials of which no part
will ignite and burn when subjected to fire; or
(b) Material having a structural base of incombustible material as
defined in item (a), above, with a surfacing material not over 3.2
millimeters (1/8 inch) thick which has a flame-spread rating of 50 or
"Incombustible" does not apply to surface finish materials. Material
required to be incombustible for reduced clearances to flues, heating
appliances, or other materials shall refer to material conforming to
the provisions of this Code. No material shall be classed as
incombustible which is subject to increase in combustibility or
flame-spread rating beyond the limits herein established, through the
effects of age, moisture, or other atmospheric condition.
I.02: Incombustible Material. When referred to as structural material,
means brick, stone, terracotta, concrete, iron steel, sheet metal, or
tiles used either singly or in combination.
I.03: Incombustible Roofing. A covering of not less than two thickness
of roofing felt and a good coat of tar and gravel of tin, corrugated
iron, or other approved fire-resisting material with standing seam or
I.04: Incombustible Stud Partition. A partition plastered on both sides
upon metal lath or wire cloth for the full height, and fire-topped
between the studs with incombustible material, 20 centimeters (8
inches) above the floor and at the ceiling.
L.01: Line, Building. The line formed by the intersection of the outer
surface of the inclosing wall of the building and the surface of the
L.02: Lintel. The beam or girder placed over an opening in a wall,
which supports the wall construction above.
L.03: Load Dead. The weight of the permanent portions of a building or
structure; it includes the weight of the walls, permanent partitions,
framing, floors, roofs, and all other permanent and stationary
fixtures, mechanisms, and other construction entering into and becoming
a part of a building or structure.
L.04: Load, Lateral. That load caused by winds, earthquakes, or other
L.05: Load, Live. The weight of the contents of a building or
structure; it includes all loads except dead and lateral loads, and
weight of temporary partitions, cases, counters, and similar equipment,
and all loads imposed due to the occupancy of the building or
L.06: Load Occupant. The total number of persons that may occupy a
building or portion thereof at any one time.
L.07: Lodging House. Any building or portion thereof, containing not
more than five guest rooms which are used by not more than five guests
where rent is paid in money, goods, labor, or otherwise.
L.08: Lot. A parcel of land on which a principal building and its
accessories are placed or may be placed together with the required open
spaces. A lot may or may not be the land designated as lot on recorded
L.09: Lot, Corner. A lot situated at the junction of two or more
streets forming an angle of not more than one hundred thirty-five
L.10: Lot, Depth of. The average horizontal distance between the front
and the rear lot lines.
L.11: Lot, Front. The front boundary line of a lot bordering on the
street and in the case of a corner lot, it may be either frontage.
L.12: Lot, Inside. A lot fronting on but one street or public alley and
the remaining sides bounded by lot lines.
L.13: Lot Line. The line of demarcation between either public and
L.14. Lot, Open. A lot bounded on all sides by street lines.
L.15: Lot, Width of the average horizontal distance between the side
M.01: Masonry. A form of construction composed of stone, brick,
concrete, gypsum, hollow clay tile, concrete block or tile, or other
similar building units or materials or combination of these materials
laid up unit by unit and set in mortar.
M.02: Masonry, Solid. Masonry of solid units built without hollow
M.03: Masonry Unit. Brick, block, tile, stone, or other similar
building unit or combination thereof, made to be bonded together by a
M.04: Marquee. A permanent roofed structure above a door attached to
and supported by the building and projecting over a walk or side walk.
M.05: Mezzanine or Mezzanine Floor. A partial, intermediate floor in
any story or room of a building having an area not more than one-half
of the area of the room or space in which it is constructed.
N.01: Non-Conforming Building. A building which does not conform with
the regulations of the district where it is situated as to height, yard
requirements, lot area and percentage of occupancy.
N.02: Non-Conforming Use. The use of a building or land or any portion
of such building or land which does not conform with the use regulation
of the zone where it is situated.
O.01: Occupancy. The purpose for which a building shall also include
the building or room housing such use. Change of occupancy is not
intended to include change of tenants or proprietors.
O.02: Owner. Any person, company, or corporation owning the property or
properties under consideration or receivers, trustees, or other duly
P.01: Panic Hardware. A bar which extends across at least one-half the
width of each door leaf, which will open the door if subjected to
P.02: Partitions. An interior subdividing wall.
P.03: Person. A natural person, his heirs, executors, administrators or
assigns, and also includes a firm, partnership, or corporation, its or
their successors or assigns or their agents.
P.04: Pier. An isolated mass of masonry forming support for arches
columns, girders, lintels, trustees, and similar structural parts.
P.05: Pilaster. A portion of the wall which projects on one or both
sides and acts as a vertical beam, a column, or both.
P.06: Plaster, Portland Cement. A mixture of portland cement, or
portland cement and lime, and aggregate and other approved materials as
specified in this Code.
P.07: Plastics, Approved. Plastic materials which have a flame-spread
rating of 225 or less.
P.08: Platform, Enclosed. A partially enclosed portion of an assembly
room the ceiling of which is not more than 1.50 meters (5 feet) above
the proscenium opening and which is designed or used for the
presentation of plays, demonstrations, or other entertainment wherein
scenery, drops, decorations, of the effects may be installed or used.
P.09: Public Way. A parcel of land unobstructed from the ground to the
sky, more than 3.00 meters (10 feet) in width, appropriated to the free
passage of the general public.
R.01: Repair. The reconstruction of renewal of any part of an existing
building for the purpose of its maintenance. The word "Repairs" shall
not apply to any change of construction.
S.01: Shaft. A vertical opening through a building for elevators,
dumb-water, mechanical equipment, or similar purposes.
S.02: Show Window. A store window in which goods are displayed.
S.03: Site, Sanitary, Hygienic or Safe. Shall be understood to mean,
(a) Surface condition of the
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(b) Subsurface condition of the site, such as when the soil substrata
will not support safely a construction or inadequate filing of an
excavation or which a construction will be undertaken; or
(c) Nearness to certain hazardous places such as to constitute a danger
to the proposed site, such as airports, heliports, or volcanoes.
S.04: Slum: Blighted Area; Eyesore. An area where the values of real
estate tend to deteriorate because of the dilapidated, obsolescent, and
insanitary condition of the building within the area. An eyesore is a
building or area which is markedly unpleasant to look at.
S.05: Socalo, Masonry. The wall between the bottom of the window sill
and the ground.
S.06: Soffit. The underside of a beam, lintel or reveal.
S.07: Stable. Any structure designed and intended for the enclosure,
shelter, or protection of any horse, carabao, or other cattle.
S.08: Stable, Commercial. A stable wherein the animals kept are for
business, racing, or breeding purposes.
S.09: Stage. A partially enclosed portion of an assembly building which
is designed or used for the presentation of plays, demonstrations, or
other entertainment wherein scenery, drops or other effects may be
installed or used, and where the distance between the top of the
proscenium opening and the ceiling above the stage is more than 1.50
meters (5 feet).
S.10: Stairway. Two or more risers shall constitute a stairway.
S.11: Stairway, Private. A stairway serving one tenant only.
S.12: Story. That portion of a building included between the upper
surface of any floor and the upper surface of the floor next above,
except that the topmost story shall be that portion of a building
included between the upper surface of the topmost floor and the ceiling
or roof above. If the finished floor level directly above a basement,
cellar or unused underfloor space is more than 50 per cent of the total
perimeter or is more than 3.60 meters (12 feet) above grade as defined
herein at any point, such basement, cellar or unused underfloor space
shall be considered as a story.
S.13: Story, Height of. The perpendicular distance from top to top of
two successive tiers of floors, floor beams, joists. The clear height
of a story or a room is distance from the floor to the ceiling. The
clear height of balconies is measured from the highest point of the
sidewalk grade to the underside of the balcony floor joists. If these
joists are sealed, this clear height is measured to the underside of
S.14: Street. Any thoroughfare or public space which has been dedicated
or deeded to the public for public use.
S.15: Structure. That which is built or constructed, an edifice or
building of any kind, or any piece of work artificially built up or
composed of parts joined together in some definite manner.
S.16: Structural Frame. The framing system including the columns and
the girders, beams, trusses, and spandrels having direct connections to
the columns and all other members which are essential to the stability
of the building as a whole. The members of floor or roof panels which
have no connection to the columns shall be considered secondary members
and not a part of the structural frame.
S.17: Suportales. The vertical supports, such as posts or stanchions,
as used in indigenous or traditional type of construction. These may be
free-standing as stilts or integrated into the wall structure. In the
case of the former, pie de gallos (knee braces) or crosettas (cross
bracings) are sometimes used.
S.18: Surface, Exterior. Weather-exposed surfaces.
S.19: Surfaces. Interior. Surfaces other than weather-exposed surfaces.
S.20: Surface, Weather-Exposed. All surface of walls, ceilings, floors,
roofs, soffits, and similar surfaces exposed to the weather excepting
(a) Ceiling and roof soffits
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(b) Walls or portions of walls within an unenclosed roof area, when
located a horizontal distance from an exterior opening equal to twice
the height of the opening; and
(c) Ceiling and roof soffits beyond a horizontal distance of 3.00
meters (10 feet) from the outer edge of the ceiling or roof soffits.
V.01: Value or valuation of a Building. The estimated cost to replace
the building in kind, based on current replacement costs.
V.02: Vault. Any surface of underground construction covered on top, or
any fire-proof construction intended for the storage of valuables.
V.03: Veneer. Nonstructural facing of brick, concrete, stone, tile,
metal, plastic, or other similar approved material attached to a
backing for the purpose of ornamentation, protection, or insulation.
V.04: Veneer, Adhered. Veneer secured and supported through adhesion to
an approved bonding material applied over an approved backing.
V.05: Veneer, Anchored. Veneer secured to and supported by approved
mechanical fasteners attached to and approved backing.
V.06: Veneer, Exterior. Veneer applied to weather-exposed surfaces.
V.07: Veneer, Interior. Veneer applied to surfaces other than
W.01: Wall, Bearing. A wall which supports any load other than its own
W.02: Wall, Cross. A term which may be used synonymously with a
W.03: Wall, Curtain. The inclosing wall of an iron or steel framework
or the nonbearing portion of an inclosing wall between piers.
W.04: Wall, Dead. A wall without openings.
W.05: Wall, Exterior. Any wall or element of a wall or any number or
group of members, which defines the exterior boundaries or courts of a
W.06: Wall, Faced. A wall in which the facing and backing are so bonded
together that they act as a composite element, and exert a common
action under load.
W.07: Wall, Fire. Any wall which subdivides a building so as to resist
the spread of fire, by starting at the foundation and extending
continuously through all stories to, or above, the roof. Extension
above the roof is 1.00 meter (3 feet, 3 inches).
W.08: Wall, Foundation. That Portion of an inclosing wall below the
first tier of floor joists.
W.09: Wall, Height of. The perpendicular distance measured from its
base line either at the grade or at the top of the girder to the top of
the coping thereon. Foundation and retaining walls are measured from
the grade downward to the base of the footing.
W.10: Wall, Nonbearing. A wall which supports no lead other than its
W.11: Wall, Parapet. That part of any wall entirely above the roofline.
W.12: Wall, Party. A wall separating two or more buildings, and used or
intended to be used in common by the said buildings.
W.13. Wall, Retaining. Any wall used to resist the lateral displacement
of any material; a subsurface wall built to resist the lateral pressure
of adjoining earth, or enclosing wall to resist the lateral pressure of
W.14: Wall, Thickness of. The minimum thickness measured on the bed.
W.15: Window. An opening through a wall of a building to the outside
air for the purpose of admitting natural light and air.
W.16: Window, Oriel. A projecting window similar to a bay window, but
carried on brackets or corbels. The term "bay window" may also be
applied to an oriel window projecting over the street line.
W.17: Wire Backing. Horizontal strands of tautened wire attached to
surfaces vertical wood supports which, when covered with building
paper, provide a backing for portland cement plaster.
Y.01: Yard or Patio. The vacant space left in a lot between the
building and the property line.
Y.02: Yard, Rear. The yard lying between the side lot lines and the
nearest lot line and the nearest building line.
Y.03: Yard, Side. The yard lying between the side line and the nearest
building line and between the front and the rear yards.