right of entry


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right of entry

See reentry (deeds).

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The Regiment will be greeted by the Mayor of Knowsley, Cllr Dave Smithson, before a private Right of Entry reception.
The law on such right of entry is being tightened and, by 2004, full access to public buildings will become more of a reality for disabled people.
Under the council's powers Whitefriars is provided with right of entry to undertake any resulting necessary works to our property, in this case number 52.
All claim to have valid visas or right of entry to Hong Kong.
contractualized by the conclusion of conventions of occupation of the public domain.This advertising notice on the occupation of the public domain has six lots, or as many lots as high points to occupy.The remuneration that the occupant shall pay to splang for the occupation of the estate and the carrying out of the ancillary activities set out below, shall be subject to (i) a right of entry and (ii) an annual fee .
If and when they join the EU all of their citizens will have an automatic right of entry to the UK.
"But they did not have a court judgment against me and bailiffs would have no right of entry.
MEPs find that these problems stem from incomplete implementation of directives on free movement of workers (and in particular Directive 2004/38/EC on the right of entry and residence of family members who are third country nationals) and cumbersome administrative procedures and additional residence documents (work permit, evidence of satisfactory housing) "inconsistent with Directive 2004/38/EC".
The sailors, who were welcomed to Liverpool by the Lord Mayor today, will be practising their Freedom Right of Entry to the city, which they were given in 1983.
Doctors, nurses, care workers and chefs will no longer get automatic right of entry.
However, education authorities have no automatic right of entry to a parent's home.