essential facility

essential facility

A facility in a building that must remain functional for the public good in the event of a major disaster, such as a severe earthquake.
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he said adding that in other jurisdictions, telco is an essential facility.
Meanwhile, locals are happy that such an essential facility has come to their doorsteps, which would cut down on expenses as well as facilitate easy access to fuel.
Such an appointment constitutes a new element for the activation of this essential facility for the locals of Jezzine," MP Aswad said.
Secretary for Schools, Iqbal Durrani informed the meeting that safe drinking water supply to different government owned schools is being expedited, Secretary for Colleges, Pervez Mehar also shared details of steps adopted to ensure provision for essential facility.
Mohammad Zubair said mega cities around the globe are known for their mass-transit schemes and residents of the world's sixth largest city must have been provided with the essential facility several years ago.
toilet refurbishment- they are an essential facility for every event and we are regularly short in terms of provision.
Such a patent becomes, therefore, an essential facility to the patent holder's competitors.
34) Fifth and finally, an essential facility plaintiff must demonstrate the defendant's monopoly power in an antitrust market.
He said: "The SARC is an essential facility for victims of this most serious crime and it is vital that victims are aware of the services available.
The Patients Welfare Society Kaleke Mandi called upon the DCO and EDO Health to order the authorities concerned to have the x-ray plant fixed immediately to provide this essential facility to the patients of the area.
As the riverside quay will be an essential facility for new tenants on the wider site, North Tyneside Council has also agreed to begin procurement to appoint an experienced quay operator to deliver services on behalf of the council.
97) While the Court specifically rejected any indication that it was deciding the decision based upon a public utility theory, (98) the Court affirmed the district court's ruling that Associated Press could not adopt by-laws that restricted competing non-members from obtaining its wire reports, (99) thereby "[effectively treating [Associated Press] wire reports as an essential facility.

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