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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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In Chitral, 18 residences are used by district administration, police, education department, tehsil municipal administration, lady health visitor, district account office, DHO office, livestock and population welfare departments while in Dera Ismail Khan, the illegal occupants are senior officials of district administration, district judiciary, retired employees of health department, police, private persons and Gomal University.
Many illegal occupants had been running their offices since long.
The new app provides digital identification and integrates with core building functions, including access and comfort control, to enhance building occupants experience with the touch of a screen.
Occupants in a building are not just identical dummies generating an average sensible and latent heat with no active capability in controlling their environment.
Another of the minivan occupants was flown to Doern becher Children's Hospital in Portland.
An official in the Ministry of Housing told reporter on Tuesday approximately 176 government quarter are in possession of illegal occupants under different categories.
Many occupants were also not aware of how their actions could affect the building's energy performance.
Figure 1(b) shows the concept of our proposed Collaborative Energy and Comfort Control (CECC) system, where occupants can directly submit their comfort preferences to CECC system while facility manager can configure energy policy as rules and send them to the CECC controller.
A Punjab University spokesperson said the Lahore police, along with the university administration, raided Hostels No 15 and 18 and arrested 16 illegal occupants.
In other words, non-owner occupants provided about half of the single-family housing for renters in the United States in 2003.
However, police is abstaining from taking any action against the occupants, despite written requests and applications from both the LDA and local residents.
The objective was to experimentally measure the response of a diverse group of forward-leaning occupants to shoulder belt tensioning during straight line pre-crash braking and model the results.