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What is a Detached ADU?

A Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a dwelling unit that meets the following criteria:

1. It is located on the same lot, under the same ownership as, and subordinate to a single-family dwelling unit;

2. It is not attached to, is physically separated from and located in a different structure than the primary dwelling;

3. It is intended for use as a complete independent living facility;

4. It includes facilities for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation for not more than one family;

5. Accessory Dwelling Unites are also called apartments, mother-in-law and Accessory Apartments;

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