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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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Of these, long-term premises make sense for most investors as the chances of success improve significantly with longer investment horizons.
"The availability of our professional, standards-based automation software reiterates Premise Systems commitment to innovating the new generation of device networking software products." said Dan Quigley, Premise Systems CEO.
When power is restored at the customer premises and the IAD or MTA becomes functional, the packetized voice network automatically resumes operation.
* The deprivation and its effect when selecting the appropriate premise of value.
To:-the Chief Clerk at Dungannon Courthouse, 46 Killyman Road, Dungannon, BT71 6DE; the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Dungannon Courthouse, 46 Killyman Road, Dungannon, BT71 6DE; the District Commander at Dungannon PSNI, 1 Quarry Lane, Dungannon, BT70 1HX being the District Command Unit in which the applicant resides and in which the premises are situated; and Mid Ulster District Council, Circular Road, Dungannon, BT71 6DT being the district council for the district in which the premises are situated
The sub-committee has powers to modify the conditions of a licence, exclude a licensable activity from the scope of a licence, remove a designated premises supervisor, suspend a licence for a period not exceeding three months, or to revoke a licence altogether.
However, the LDA turned down the application saying that the premises did not have required space for the purpose and ordered for restoring the residential status of the SAFMA premises, he added.
"The premises was searched, under a table in a black bag there was a loaded pistol and a silencer.
In its decision notice the panel said that since 2009 there had been a large number of incidents of disorder, fighting and assaults in and around the premises.
The exclusion focuses on off-premises suppliers regardless of whether the failure originates away from the insured premises or if the equipment that actually fails and leads to the loss, is located on the insured premises.
The company said the expansion plan will see an additional 2.5m premises provided with access to faster speeds of up to 20Mb/s, enabling around 22.5m premises to access next generation copper broadband.