§ 8-36-1 Definitions
§ 8-36-2 Cancellation of residential roofing contract; notice of cancellation; payments

Terms Used In Alabama Code > Title 8 > Chapter 36

  • contiguous: In actual contact, touching, as contrasted with being near but not in contact. See Alabama Code 9-16-2
  • department: The Department of Industrial Relations of the State of Alabama or any department, bureau, or commission as may lawfully succeed to the powers and duties of the department relating to mining operations. See Alabama Code 9-16-2
  • operator: Any person, firm, partnership, association, or corporation engaged in or controlling one or more surface mining operations. See Alabama Code 9-16-2
  • overburden: All of the earth and other materials which lie above natural deposits of clay, sand, gravel, ores, and other minerals except limestone, marble, and dolomite, and also the earth and other materials disturbed from their natural state in the process of surface mining. See Alabama Code 9-16-2
  • reclamation: The reconditioning or rehabilitation of affected land in accordance with the requirements of this article. See Alabama Code 9-16-2
  • RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE: A new or existing building constructed for habitation by one to four families, including detached garages. See Alabama Code 8-36-1
  • RESIDENTIAL ROOFING CONTRACTOR: A person or entity in the business of contracting or offering to contract with an owner or possessor of residential real estate to repair or replace roof systems. See Alabama Code 8-36-1
  • ROOF SYSTEM: A roof covering, roof sheathing, roof weatherproofing, roof framing, roof ventilation system, and insulation. See Alabama Code 8-36-1
  • SURFACE MINING: The mining of clay, sand, gravel, ores, and other minerals except chert (or similar type pits from which construction materials are obtained, which involve five acres or less and do not involve excavation below the surrounding area in such a way as to create a pit that will accumulate water), limestone, marble, dolomite, and coal, by removing the overburden lying above natural deposits thereof and mining directly from the natural deposits thereby exposed or by mining directly from deposits lying exposed in their natural state. See Alabama Code 9-16-2