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

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Occupier demand in the third quarter of the year also increased in the industrial and office sectors, with 54% of respondents seeing a rise in enquiries to occupy industrial property - up from 39% in the previous quarter - and 44% reporting an increase in demand to let office space compared with 33% in the second quarter.
The bank said that it would drop interest rates for owner occupier principal as well as interest rates by three basis points to 5.
With less options to consider, occupiers should be looking ahead, and planning for growth well in advance.
This has resulted in occupiers either having to compromise by taking poorer specified buildings, seeking build-to-suit options or considering other locations outside Wales.
Victoria Mejevitch, Executive Director, MSCI's Global Occupiers business, who will become JLL's Head of Global Benchmarking Services, added: "JLL has an exceptional reputation for global real estate services and advice.
Dwight and Steven Hammond, the father and son ranchers whose imprisonment was used by the occupiers as an excuse to seize the refuge, are no better off - and may be worse.
However, for those with fewer scruples this provided an opportunity to make some easy money and there were a number of cases of occupiers operating a 'cut and run' approach, packing up their goods and vacating their units overnight, leaving frustrated landlords with outstanding bills for business rates and rents.
With this Grade A office supply shortage, we anticipate an upturn in build-to-suit options as occupiers are forced to explore secondary solutions.
With this Grade A office supply shortage, Cluttons anticipate an upturn in build-to-suit options as occupiers are forced to explore secondary solutions.
If no new management group can be found, up to 15 occupiers at the Hockley Community Hub could be forced to look for other premises.
With economic prospects improving, occupiers are increasingly looking to capitalise through
The occupiers had said they planned to use the building as their headquarters and to provide social services from the site.
The armies of resistance terrified the occupiers, so they left after they lost", Muqtada said in a recorded message broadcast on a large screen at the celebrations.
Summary: RAMALLAH: Israeli occupiers on Wednesday attacked Palestinians and their properties in several West Bank areas, a Palestinian official said.
50 per sq ft, driven by traditional West End occupiers moving east taking advantage of better availability and lower rents.