right of entry


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right of entry

See reentry (deeds).

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Cllr Smithson said: "I am delighted that 33 Signal Regiment is exercising its Right of Entry.
An officer of the Radio Communication Agency has right of entry and search at any time of the day or night to detect unlicensed televisions or illegal radio transmitters.
Identify all right of entry (ROE) needs in consultation with the County for the project and send out one ROE request to each owner.
If this is the case, you should first check to see if there isn't a Right of Entry in the property's legal documents.
Recommendations of contention include a diminished right of entry for unions, the possibility that health and safety representatives (HSRs) will need professional indemnity insurance to carry out their duties, the loss of union's right to prosecute on behalf of workers, and the reversal of onus of proof from the employer to the employee (ie.
Otherwise, you only have the right of entry for limited purposes, and this does not include the right to change the wall.
Many taxpayers don't realise that HMRC has powers similar to an international police force, including the right of entry to your property and often, the right of extradition.
Also, to clarify the law, you do not have to let TV detector people in your home, they have no right of entry whatsoever.
There are currently over 300 different kinds of inspections carrying a right of entry into business premises and this army of inspectors needs to be rationalised.
An additional benefit to MDU Communications is that approaching a property for such a conversion is also an opportune time to negotiate a renewal or extension of the right of entry agreement.
However, education authorities have no automatic right of entry to a parent's home.
His Victoria Cross should have given him automatic right of entry.