Definitions for "Restrictions"
In life or health insurance, limitations or exclusions in a policy.
Impediments, limitations, or prohibitions respecting use of real property imposed in deeds or in a declaration.
Limitations on the use of real property set forth by deeds or other documents. A restriction may, for example, prohibit raising livestock on property.
Measures taken by jurisdictional agencies to impose bans and standards of use on certain human activities that could lead to the cause of wildland fire. Restrictions may be applied to: smoking in desginated areas; open flame; mechanical operations in high-risk areas; and off-road use.
Generally refers to certain rules designed to preserve property values.
Rules imposed on the use of real estate in an effort to preserve property values.
legal information governing the use of the asset, in cluding possibly copyright, patents, data rights, disclaimers, export rest rictions, and licenses.
Usually specified by the seller, these include such items as hunting restrictions, soil conditions that hinder harvesting operations, littering, fires, etc.
Descriptors for a minority of modules include statements such as cannot be counted with module X, cannot be counted by a student with an A level in Y, the need for prior approval of project proposals.
Factors affecting what actions can be taken on a policy, such as ownership restriction because of a divorce or tax levy.
Papers which have a large amount of content in common are often restricted against each other. They cannot, therefore, be credited to the same qualification.
Requirements of a course that must be met before registration in a specific course.
The set of possible values for the variables for which an expression is real, or for which it is defined.
Keywords:  work, see
See work restrictions.