What Is An Inhabited House, Public Building Or Building dedicated To Religious Worship And Their Dependencies
Dependencies of an inhabited house, public building or building
dedicated to religious worship are all interior courts, corrals,
warehouses, granaries or enclosed places:
1. contiguous to the building, having an interior entrance connected
2. forming part of the whole.
A garage, in order to be considered as a dependency of a house, must
have the 3 foregoing requirements.
The place is still inhabited even if the occupant was absent.
Dependencies - all interior courts, corrals, warehouses, granaries
or in closed places contiguous to the building or edifice, having
an interior entrance connected therewith, and which form part of
the whole (Art.301, par. 2).
1. Must be contiguous to the building;
2. Must have an interior entrance connected therewith;
3. Must form part of the whole.
Orchards and lands used for cultivation or production are not
included in the term “dependencies” (Art. 301, par. 3).