Premises


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Premises

The property, including the buildings, structures and grounds, that is included in a title to ownership, or a deed of conveyance.

premises

Land and/or its appurtenances.
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I will be the owner of such business The owners of the premises are Mark Loughran and Gregory Loughran In accordance with Schedule 1 of the said Order and Rule 6 of Order 48 of the County Court Rules (Northern Ireland) 1981, I attach to this notice a plan of the premises delineating; (a) the parts or parts thereof in which intoxicating liquor is to be sold There is in force planning permission to use the premises as premises of the kind specified in this notice for the period during which the licence would be in force and a copy of the planning permission is attached.
Chief Inspector Andrew Williams said incidents at the pub are not reported by management and believes the hours for licensable activities are "not suitable for the premises."
However, the court issued notices to the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) for August 7 and sought reply on a plea against sealing of SAFMA premises.
Two females were seen leaving the premises from a side door.
* Entry will not be permitted to the premises after 2am unless the person is a member of the Arena and produces a valid photographic identification membership card which had been issued at least 24 hours before entry to the premises.
The exclusion focuses on off-premises suppliers regardless of whether the failure originates away from the insured premises or if the equipment that actually fails and leads to the loss, is located on the insured premises.
UK telecom company British Telecommunications plc (BT) announced on Wednesday that it plans to significantly extend the availability of advanced copper broadband speeds to approximately 90% of UK premises during Spring 2013.
Tower contended that the claim falls within an exclusion in the policy for claims arising out of a premises at which the insured does not reside.
Occupying business premises by way of an occupational lease will enable you to occupy premises for an agreed period without significant capital expenditure.
How can such prospective tenants give landlords the comfort level they need that they will be able to regain possession of the demised premises promptly in the event that the tenant defaults?
Of these, long-term premises make sense for most investors as the chances of success improve significantly with longer investment horizons.