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a member of a military force who is residing in a conquered foreign country

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Applying for Adverse Possession Under the old regime, in the event that the occupier can satisfy these two requirements, they are able to apply for registration as the owner by adverse possession.
'We are seeing increasing demand for this service as companies look to consolidate office spaces, relocate, and increase efficiency and productivity,' Knight Frank occupier services manager Winnie Gachagua said.
He added: "With only two speculative office developments totalling 175,000 sq ft in the pipeline, with a staggered deliverability of Q4 2021 and Q3 2022, some occupiers with lease expiries up to 36 months out are already active in the market and have engaged with developers to try to ensure that their future office requirements can be satisfied."
"We recognise the need to create inspiring locations for occupiers both inside the building and within the surrounding estate and continue to create a sense of community through active placemaking including events such as the annual film festival and a partnership with Digbeth Dining Club."
The issue of the occupier's liability is regulated by article 51(2)(b) of the Civil Wrongs Law, Cap.148, which refers to negligence as: (a) performing some act which in the circumstances a reasonable prudent person would not do or failing to do some act which in the circumstances such a person would do, or (b) failing to use such skill or take such care in the exercise of a profession, trade or occupation as a reasonable prudent person qualified to exercise such profession, trade or occupation would in the circumstances use or take, and thereby causing damage.
Buildings have to work from the inside out to meet future requirements, such as sustainability, flexibility and functionality allowing for the occupier to utilise the space in multiple ways as their business evolves.
'Occupier demand continued to rise in Q1 2018 at a headline level,' said Mr Frank Wong MRICS, RICS Hong Kong External Affairs and Public Concerns Committee Member.
Occupier demand continued to fall for the fourth consecutive quarter in the retail sector.
He mentioned that the illegal occupants in connivance with Evacuee Trust filed a totally false and fabricated reference before its Chairman Siddiq ul Farooque against KCCI with an only intention to further linger the proceedings and it was a matter of grave concern that the occupiers are receiving preferential treatment by ETPB because of their association with the ruling party of PML-N.
The occupiers prevented refuge staff from doing their jobs, putting work, research and habitat at risk.
Todd Schwartz, the group's Global Chief Operating Officer, Mark Wanic, Head of Americas Occupier Services, and Richard Middleton, Head of EMEA and Asia Pacific Occupier Services will co-lead the division.
Cluttons Dubai Spring 2014 Commercial Market Outlook report, asserts that the rising tide of occupier demand is having a knock on impact on supply for prime freezone office space, which is rapidly being depleted in freezone submarkets such as Dubai Internet City and Dubai Media City (TECOM A&B).
no offence is committed if the cause of the overcrowding is that one of the persons sleeping in the premises is a member of the occupier's family who is staying with her/him temporarily A local authority can give permission for the overcrowding and in this case no offence is committed.
Developers who have persisted and delivered high-end projects in established business districts are now looking to capitalise on current and future occupier demand.
Further improvements in sentiment in both the occupier and investment segments of UAE real estate market show that the tone in the property industry is continuing to gain ground, reversing the negative pattern that characterised the market from the back end of 2009 through till the middle of last year, says the report.