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Occupant

A person or company that lives or maintains an office in a designated building or portion thereof. For example, one who rents a house may become the occupant on the first day of the lease.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 28, 2019-: Global Occupant Classification Systems Market Set to Witness a CAGR of 7.2% During 2018-2026
'Town councils supposed not to sell land to prospective buyers before compensating the occupants,' said Mushelenga, adding that he knows of Ongwediva case of land sold to a buyer before the council could compensate the occupants.
It focused on frontal impact crashes with belted occupants, aged 13 and older.
But it was under the use of illegal occupants including Ehsan-ul-Haq Bajwa, PML-N MNA, and Arshad Gujjar in Chishtian, district Bahawalnagar.
A district administration team headed by additional assistant commissioner Dr Adil Ayub with assistance of local police, Pesco, SNGPL and water supply staff, disconnected utility connections of all the 63 illegal occupants. The occupants also staged protest but the administration continued its operation and gave them 24 hours to vacate the quarters, or they would be forcibly evicted.
The amendments will facilitate smooth and speedy eviction of unauthorised occupants from Government residences, and those vacant residences will be available for allotment to eligible persons on maturity of their turn in the waiting list.
Moving forward, in addition to developing preventive safety and automated driving technologies, Toyota intends to research and develop technologies that help protect occupants in the event of a collision by utilizing THUMS, and provide safety and security to its customers under a diverse range of conditions.
"One of the occupants has been assaulted but is not believed to have been seriously hurt."
The illegal occupants maintain that they are residing in these houses since long and they have nowhere to go.
In the test, the latest version of the Swift, with standard double airbags, and ISOFIX (i-size) anchorages, reached two stars in Adult Occupant Protection and two stars for Child Occupant Protection, the UK-based Global NCAP, an umbrella body of consumer car safety testing bodies, said in its latest report.
'Among the reasons stated in the letter dated October 1, 2018 received by several occupants was that their income exceeded the condition stipulated while the occupants also had other liabilities that had to be attended to,'he told reporters, here today.
Auto Business News-July 19, 2018--Autoliv joins OSCCAR to improve protection and safety for occupants of future vehicle