Thesaurus / occupier

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The proprietor, tenant or occupier who permits a place to be used for an infringing performance shall be deemed an infringer.

The lady told him the history of three birds, which had successively inhabited the cage before the present occupier.

In Suffolk this term is applied to the eldest son of the occupier of the farm.

The Slang DictionaryJohn Camden Hotten

The occupier and user of the land was in most instances practically the owner of it, subject to a land tax.

If the occupier be unable to pay, the deficiency is to be made up by assessing it on the entire village or neighborhood.

He prided himself on knowing a man when he saw one, and he put down the occupier of the hut in this category.

He was the first being which had ever borne the form of a man, and the first occupier of the earth.

In the office of one there is nothing at all to be done; in the other, the occupier is oppressed by its duties.

Inhabitants of an occupied territory who do not conform to the orders of the occupier can be compelled to do so.

International LawGeorge Grafton Wilson and George Fox Tucker

A tax on the rent of houses may either fall on the occupier, on the265 ground landlord, or on the building landlord.

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