SPECIAL EXCEPTIONspecial exception.
1. A party’s objection to the form rather than the substance of an opponent’s claim, such as an objection for vagueness or ambiguity. See DEMURRER. Cf. general exception (1) under EXCEPTION(1). [Cases: Pleading 228.14. C.J.S. Pleading ¡ì 233.]
2. An allowance in a zoning ordinance for special uses that are considered essential and are not fundamentally incompatible with the original zoning regulations. ¡ª Also termed (in sense 2) conditional use; special use. Cf. VARIANCE(2). [Cases: Zoning and Planning 481. C.J.S. Zoning and Land Planning ¡ì¡ì 228¨C229, 231¨C232.]
What is the legal equivalence of SPECIAL EXCEPTION in Chinese?