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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A plan of the premises delineating each part or parts thereof in which intoxicating liquor is to be sold is attached to this notice in accordance with Schedule 1 to the said Order and Rule 6 of Order 48 of the County Court Rules (Northern Ireland).
Two females were seen leaving the premises from a side door.
In its decision notice the panel said that since 2009 there had been a large number of incidents of disorder, fighting and assaults in and around the premises.
This creates a major financial incentive for the individuals controlling the tenant to act as "good guys," and vacate the premises in the event of a default.
Do you know if you are maximising the value of your premises to your business?
An exact legal description of the leased premises that allows a leasehold mortgage to be recorded.
The second component is comprised of the basic premises and assumptions that serve as the immediate epistemological foundation of the science under consideration.
Ordinarily, officers cannot enter premises without a warrant unless they have consent or there is an emergency.
A nationwide survey of jury cases found that plaintiffs won cases more frequently than the defense in 2000, and the median compensatory awards have risen steadily since 1994 in premises liability, product liability and medical malpractice cases.
For example, some camps lease their premises for use as an environmental classroom and only provide cabins, snacks, and meals.
The final component is the Customer Premises Equipment (CPE), which connects the user's information appliance--a telephone, computer, set-top box, etc.
Meals provided on the employer's premises that the employee consumes during the period he or she works overtime or meal money provided for meals consumed during overtime satisfy this condition [Treasury regulations section 1.