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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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The team will join the company's Australian occupier services platform and be part of its Global Occupier Services network that manages 3.5bn sq ft globally.
Sooner or later the occupiers of our land, Palestine, will go back to where they come from, to their 'white' race.
Availability is expected to diminish further throughout this year and into 2020, and occupiers are having to move quickly to secure the limited space currently vacant."
James Campbell Adamson, asset manager at Hines UK, said: "Brindleyplace has seen strong leasing success and, while it is predominantly recognised as being home to large financial and professional services firms, its success has always been its adaptability and ability to evolve to meet occupiers' requirements.
THE occupier of an immovable property has a legal and social duty to act diligently to protect a person who lawfully enters his property from suffering any loss or damage due to a risk that could have been reasonably anticipated.
The sources said that people from all walks of life, including Arab tribes, Kurds, Turkmen and other races have embarked on forming a popular resistance force in Manbij to face occupiers after the US and Turkish troops' deployment and intervention in the region.
For businesses, the current dynamics of demand and supply are supportive for occupiers, putting them firmly in the driving seat when they are looking at securing new accommodation or renegotiating contracts.
The acquisition of FacilitySource, or FS, will help CBRE build a tech-enabled supply chain capability that is unique in the occupier outsourcing industry and intended to drive meaningfully differentiated outcomes for leading occupiers.
Yes, the occupiers view defenseless children as a threat.
There are a number of occupiers actively seeking design and build opportunities from 30,000 sq ft upwards and most industrial occupiers are still committed to finding the right building solution, whether that is existing premises or design and build options.
Graeme Haigh, of Bramleys in Huddersfield, also reported a preference among occupiers to buy rather than rent, adding: "While stock levels remain low, the number of new instructions is edging upward, which may help to take some of the heat out of the sales market by addressing the supply/ demand imbalance."
KARACHI -- President of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) Shamim Ahmed Firpo, while criticizing the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) for favoring the illegal occupiers of KCCI Offices, informed that the Administrator of ETPB Southern Zone on Thursday pasted notice on Karachi Chamber's walls which is self-explanatory as it clearly indicates that the occupiers of KCCI premises are openly being supported by ETPB.