Housing Act, 1966

Chapter II

Certain Dwellings Provided under this Act

Interpretation (Chapter II of Part VI).

89.—In this Chapter—

“dwelling” includes any yard, outoffices or appurtenances, garden or other land belonging thereto or usually enjoyed therewith;

“special condition” means a condition requiring that—

(a) payments in respect of the purchase money shall be made punctually on the due dates,

(b) the dwelling shall, unless the housing authority otherwise allow, be occupied as a normal place of residence by the purchaser or the purchaser's successor in title or by a member of the purchaser's family or the family of his successor in title,

(c) the dwelling or any part thereof shall not, without the consent of the housing authority, be mortgaged, charged or alienated otherwise than by devise or operation of law.