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Occupancy

The state of living or maintaining an office in a designated building or portion thereof. For example, one who rents a house may take up occupancy on the first day of the lease.
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350,000 to New Directions Housing Corporation and River City Housing for the renovation and rehab of 7 vacant single family homes in District 4
The protesters slammed the officials of health department for not appointing Christians on the vacant posts despite clear court orders.
A vacant land tax has been chosen both because it could help to spur development, and because it could help prevent dereliction and aid regeneration.
10 Tooba said that vacant units in Egypt represent 27.
In Tehsil Headquarters Hospital Yazman, one post of physician, one of pathologist, one of radiologist, and one of anaesthesia specialist are vacant.
In BPS-20, 14 of the 19 posts are filled with only five vacant.
With 155 vacant properties each, Brooklyn and Queens collectively contain more than half of all the sites identified.
According to the vacant houses' tax code, such homes do not have to pay any taxes in the first year, but from the second year they must pay half of the applicable tax, in the third year the full amount and after that the tax rises to 150 percent of what would be paid on an occupied home.
Around 37 seats have been allotted in BS-20, while teachers have been working on 22 seats, while 15 seats have been lying vacant since a long span of period.
Budios said Galguerra frequented the vacant lot to pick mangoes.
Sources, however, claimed the tax ratios for vacant properties would be affordable for citizens.
Taimur Khan So Sultanat Begum (Ex-Charge Nurse) against the vacant post of Registration Assistant BPS-8 Shah Khalid So Muhammad Ismail (Ex-Bearer) against the vacant post of Chowkidar BPS-3.