Factory Built Homes

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Mobile Homes in The United States - Legal Complications
... The popularity of the factory built homes caused complications the legal system was not prepared to handle ... Originally, factory built homes tended to be taxed as vehicles rather than real estate, which resulted in very low property tax rates for their inhabitants ... However, even with this change, rapid depreciation often resulted in the home occupants paying far less in property taxes than had been anticipated and budgeted ...
Świnoujście - Tourist Attractions
... The Angel's Fort, built from 1845–1858, is a replica of Hadrian's Mausoleum (Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome) ... Built between 1843–1863, it has been modernized a few times in the past ... A shelter built in 1942 has the exposition "The town yesterday and now", presenting pictures of the town's history and other exhibits ...
Windhoek - Notable Landmarks
... Alte Feste – (Old Fortress) Built in 1890, today houses the National Museum ... – A Lutheran church opened in 1910, built in the gothic revival style with Art Nouveau elements ... Built between 1994 and 1996 it is Windhoek's only building erected post-independence in an African style of architecture ...
Qatif - Education
... There are complete educational facilities built by the government and Saudi Aramco for all age levels, starting from first grade in elementary school to secondary school ... education there is a branch of the collage of technology, which was built by the government in the 1980s ... Moreover, there is collage of vocational craft professions, which was also built by the government in the 1980s ...
3000 Class Railcar
... Seventy cars were introduced into service between 1987 and 1996 with the first 20 built by Comeng between 1987 and 1989 numbered #3001-#3008 and #3101-#3112 ... All 70 cars were built in Dandenong, Victoria ...

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