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premises

Land and improvements,generally,but the definition depends on context,case authority, and statutory description.Premises may be narrowed to one room if a search warrant gives the right to search certain described premises. It could be the entire house and surrounding 160 acres under other circumstances.

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There were half a dozen people inside the premises and there was a strong smell of cannabis and evidence of drug use.
The police had held meetings with the premises licence holder to address problems at the premises.
However, events or activities conducted by the insured that have no necessary or incidental relationship to the designated premises is another matter, even if related to business operations.
C) Any premises used by you in connection with a premises in 4a and 4b above;
If the tenant is in default and refuses to vacate the premises, the individual guarantors face a personal downside.
If you want to get serious about your business premises, the best place to start is with a chartered surveyor.
A provision that limits the landlord's control over the lessee's ability to assign the ground lease or sublet the premises.
Starting with the second structural component, the basic premises or the foundational principles, is it important to bring Islam's epistemological resources to bear on this component?
Ordinarily, officers cannot enter premises without a warrant unless they have consent or there is an emergency.
In the premises liability category, the median award against owners or operators of industry property was the highest, at $280,300, followed by government entities at $119,315 and $90,000 for recreational facilities.
The camp should be responsible for injuries that occur on the premises, which arise out of the premises (buildings and other improvements) and risks inherent to the premises (roots in paths, uneven ground, etc.
When this happens, PRL utilizes a Lifeline Interface Module (LIM) at the customer premises and the Lifeline Port Module (LPM) in the voice gateway at the service provider's premises to instantly switch the customer's phones to the backup, lifeline POTS circuit.