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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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The safest tactic would be to have the undercover officer leave the premises before the arrest team enters to make the arrest.
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.
0 will also include electronic notation features that make PREMISE Research an effective work-in-process tool.
In a deprivation appraisal, applying a premise of value that was not appropriate before the deprivation does not achieve a fair or compensatory value.
The premises was searched, under a table in a black bag there was a loaded pistol and a silencer.
The panel said it "considered the police were right to bring a review of the premises as the licensee has had ample opportunity to improve the level and seriousness of incidents occurring.
This broad coverage, however, is often limited by the designated-premises endorsement, which limits the insurance to damages arising out of the insured's ownership, maintenance, or use of its premises.
Said also told the investigator that she bought the insured premises as an investment property.
If the tenant is in default and refuses to vacate the premises, the individual guarantors face a personal downside.
Do you know if you are maximising the value of your premises to your business?
An exact legal description of the leased premises that allows a leasehold mortgage to be recorded.
The second component is comprised of the basic premises and assumptions that serve as the immediate epistemological foundation of the science under consideration.