Section 1.1.8 Levels:

Section 1.1.8 Levels:

The following definitions are for the levels in real property:
a) Basement
b) Main level. Use only for split level
c) Upper floor. Use only for split level
d) Ground floor. Use only for split level and enclosed pilings
e) First floor
f) Second floor
g) Third floor
h) Fourth floor
i) Fifth floor
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