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occupy

[′äk·yə‚pī]
(engineering)
To set a surveying instrument over a point for the purpose of making observations or measurements.
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Crucially, the occupier must deal with the land as an occupying owner would do, and exclude all others from doing the same, including the legal owner.
A global real estate services firm, Cushman & Wakefield delivers value for real estate occupiers and owners.
Occupier Services is a holistic property-related service aimed at helping clients to identify and align their real estate requirements to the overall business strategy.
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 liability of the occupier is based on the fact that he is the one who is in possession of the property and the one who exercises the control and looks after it.
Given these trends it is of little surprise that rents fell in the Grade A occupier market by 7.4 per cent in the year to March 2018, compared to the 6.2 per cent fall seen in the wider market.
Demand for office and industrial space continued to increase in both the occupier and investment markets.
Occupier demand in the third quarter of the year also increased in the industrial and office sectors, with 54% of respondents seeing a rise in enquiries to occupy industrial property - up from 39% in the previous quarter - and 44% reporting an increase in demand to let office space compared with 33% in the second quarter.
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.
"Where are the people?" one anguished occupier asked.
Cushman & Wakefield has reshuffled leadership of it's revenue pumping Global Occupier Services.