mercantile occupancy

mercantile occupancy

The use of rooms, stores, markets, buildings, or structures for the display and sale of merchandise.
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Another important requirement for shopping malls and other establishments under the Mercantile Occupancy classification include the commissioning of fire brigades composed of adequate number of personnel with firefighting training.