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PUD

Abbreviation for:
penis uncircumcising device

PUD

Peptic ulcer disease, see there.

Peptic ulcer disease (PUD)

A stomach disorder marked by corrosion of the stomach lining due to the acid in the digestive juices.
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In a planned unit development, or PUD, some standard city development rules can be overridden on difficult terrain in order to cluster buildings in some locations and leave other areas as open space.
These are among the key findings reported in the 2005 edition of the Expense Analysis[R]: Condominiums, Cooperatives and Planned Unit Developments, a new benchmarking study published by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM[R]).
He has advised numerous boards and authorities within local government on these issues, and he has extensive experience representing clients in residential, commercial, industrial, and mixed-use projects, including shopping centers, office buildings, planned unit developments, hotels, and public facilities.
For example, one of the fastest growing segments of property management today is the management of common interest developments, which include condominiums, planned unit developments and cooperatives.
Separate reports are available for office buildings, shopping centers, conventional rental apartments and federally assisted apartments, as well as condominiums, cooperatives and planned unit developments.
Managing owners' associations for condominiums, cooperatives, planned unit developments and commercial projects
95) and the Expense Analysis: Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Planned Unit Developments ($199.
Distressed Property Alliance of Florida will concentrate on investing in and providing services to partially completed condominium and planned unit developments located in Florida.
Management of owners' associations for condominiums, cooperatives, planned unit developments and commercial projects
Single-family properties and planned unit developments (PUDs) account for approximately 92.
76% of the mortgage pool, Planned Unit Developments 14.
Almost two-thirds (62%) of the mortgages (based on loan balance) are for detached homes, while one-third are condominiums and 5% are either 2-4 family homes or planned unit developments.