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occupier

see OCCUPIER'S LIABILITY.

OCCUPIER. One who is in the enjoyment of a thing.
     2. He may be the occupier by virtue of a lawful contract, either express or implied, or without any contract. The occupier is, in general, bound to make the necessary repairs to premises he occupies the cleansing and repairing of drains and sewers, therefore, is prima facie the duty of him who occupies the premises. 3 Q. B. R. 449; S. C. 43 Eng. C. L. R. 814.

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These markets also have become increasingly attractive to occupiers who may have struggled with stagnation in more mature locations.
However, for those with fewer scruples this provided an opportunity to make some easy money and there were a number of cases of occupiers operating a 'cut and run' approach, packing up their goods and vacating their units overnight, leaving frustrated landlords with outstanding bills for business rates and rents.
The effects are being felt already with occupiers stipulating minimum performance ratings for new buildings and this will only increase.
today announced the formation of Occupier Advisory and Transaction Services to significantly enhance the delivery of transaction related services for occupier clients across the Americas.
With this Grade A office supply shortage, Cluttons anticipate an upturn in build-to-suit options as occupiers are forced to explore secondary solutions.
If no new management group can be found, up to 15 occupiers at the Hockley Community Hub could be forced to look for other premises.
THE outlook is positive for logistics and industrial property owners and occupiers in the West Yorkshire market in 2014, it is claimed.
With economic prospects improving, occupiers are increasingly looking to capitalise through
It is easy to understand why then, Turbine Business Park, with its direct access to the A19 and close proximity to the A1, Enterprise Zone status and flexible development packages is proving an attractive location for many occupiers.
The occupiers had said they planned to use the building as their headquarters and to provide social services from the site.
The armies of resistance terrified the occupiers, so they left after they lost", Muqtada said in a recorded message broadcast on a large screen at the celebrations.
Might the occupiers be well-advised to devise new ways of getting their messages across?