unadopted

unadopted

(ˌʌnəˈdɒptɪd)
adj
1. (of a child) not adopted
2. Brit (of a road, etc) not maintained by a local authority
Translations

unadopted

[ˈʌnəˈdɒptɪd] ADJ (Brit) [road] → no oficial (siendo de los vecinos la responsabilidad de su mantenimiento)

unadopted

adj
(Brit) unadopted road öffentliche Straße, für deren Instandhaltung die Anlieger allein verantwortlich sind
childnicht adoptiert; many children remain unadoptedviele Kinder werden nicht adoptiert
proposalnicht aufgegriffen
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However, on private or unadopted roads, the council wouldn't have any authority to ask for lines to be removed.
Bureau of Land Management (BLM) consider euthanizing the unadopted horses in its holding facilities triggered widespread outrage.
ai of unadopted routes in the city, many of which are in a very bad condition.
Colin Letchford, 68, acted after two authorities spent a year squabbling over which was responsible for the lamp, which is on an unadopted road.
The new lighting is focused downwards rather than spilling into surrounding gardens, driveways or areas of unadopted or privately-owned land.
As someone who looked at buying a property in that area I was warned by both the mortgage company and my solicitor that the roads are unadopted and as such we would, along with other residents, be responsible for any repairs or upgrades, so we did not buy for obvious reasons.
Total quantity or scope: Maintenance of grass, shrubs, trees, woodland, hedges, unadopted hard surfaces, play areas and bin stores.
Ormes Road residents say they have repeatedly complained about potholes on their street and even started fundraising to bring the unadopted road up to scratch.
The unadopted lane, between the American Golf Driving Range and a former landfill site, is frequently waterlogged and is known as Birmingham's most pot holed road.
Appendices provide the Federal Rules of Evidence (about 150 pages) and the unadopted federal rules of evidence.
Bosses have been criticised for repairing an unadopted road in Buckley - despite the authority having a policy which states it does not deal with them.