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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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I was careful to caveat earlier that it's only in some cases that the pop-up model creates a good synergy between landlord and occupier, as the legacy is still somewhat tainted.
COMMERCIAL property investors and occupiers should start planning energy efficiency upgrades to ensure their assets meet minimum band "E" standard or potentially face being unable to lease them, according to DTZ.
Todd Schwartz, the group's Global Chief Operating Officer, Mark Wanic, Head of Americas Occupier Services, and Richard Middleton, Head of EMEA and Asia Pacific Occupier Services will co-lead the division.
Global Occupier Services, which creates comprehensive solutions for real estate portfolios, has more than doubled its revenue and EBITDA since becoming a strategic initiative of C&W in 2010.
Buoyancy in the industrial market has seen occupier demand rise during the first quarter of 2014, with initial preparations for the World Expo 2020 beginning to take place around Al Maktoum international Airport and Jebel Ali Freezone.
The occupier has then driven the two males to a cashpoint at the local Asda store where they have attempted to withdraw cash.
Knight Frank is anticipating a much more active year in 2014, with an encouraging start already as far as occupier demand is concerned.
Over the next year, we anticipate that occupier demand will continue to rise, however, the rise in development activity, and thus new supply, should keep Dubai office rents fairly stable, it said.
Further improvements in sentiment in both the occupier and investment segments of UAE real estate market show that the tone in the property industry is continuing to gain ground, reversing the negative pattern that characterised the market from the back end of 2009 through till the middle of last year, says the report.
The strong Barmston partnership can demonstrate its willingness to work alongside occupiers with the recent completion of a 422,000 sq ft warehouse unit for Vantec Europe, a scheme which opened within 12 months of initial discussions with the occupier.
The occupier is not the one who can bring peace and safety to Iraq, but rather you, and only you".
8220;This change in occupier profile means that the Q3 figures for the City are relatively healthy and slightly higher than might have been anticipated despite traditional City occupiers adopting a wait and see policy on expansion.