residential occupancy

residential occupancy

Occupancy of a building in which sleeping accommodations are provided for normal residential purposes; includes all buildings designed to provide sleeping accommodations except those classified under institutional occupancy.
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Residential occupancy is anticipated for spring 2018.
This constitutes a change of use into a public building, from Residential occupancy to Assembly.
This is essential because residential occupancy being used for business purpose would give rise to the notion of Utmost Good Faith resulting in declinature due to misrepresentation.
Others are equally certain that Detroit has no choice but to bet on downtown, where residential occupancy rates are high partly due to the relocation of thousands of jobs by business magnate Dan Gilbert and other employers.
It would be challenging to make it work in rural environments where the densities are not there to support residential occupancy or necessary retail traffic.
Residential occupancy and vacancy sensors have come of age.
current level of residential occupancy on the island is 5,000.
The average residential occupancy rate in Dubai is about 70 per cent, according to Global Investment House.
GE Capital Real Estate, which has been investing in Japan since 1998, said the venture is an opportunity to create value for its investors, as population in Tokyo is growing and residential occupancy demand is stable.
If speeding, broken tail lights, cracked windshields, and unfastened seat belts do not provide enough opportunities for immigration checks, police can use local ordinances regulating things like noise, yard upkeep, and residential occupancy.
It is also currently the building with the most floors available for residential occupancy in the world.
The reasons for late night visitations to the appeal site are unclear, but it is submitted by the council that such visits point suspiciously to residential occupancy and use of the site to provide such.
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