private dwelling house

private dwelling house
A dwelling house for a single family. 20 Am 12d Cov § 196. A majority of courts have reached the conclusion that the term when used in a restrictive covenant prohibits the use of property for a duplex or double house. Anno: 14 ALR2d 1395.

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