Translation of occupier in Spanish:


ocupante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɑkjəˌpaɪ(ə)r/ /ˈɒkjʊpʌɪə/


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    ocupante masculine, feminine
    to the occupier al ocupante de la vivienda
    • The individual claimants are freehold owners and occupiers of their homes in Church Village.
    • The plaintiffs were lessees and occupiers of one of the flats.
    • Mr Fagan is advising owners and occupiers of similar properties that their buildings should be regularly surveyed and repaired.
    • They were both owners and occupiers of the land, albeit occupying it in breach of planning legislation.
    • It has, as Stein JA points out, an inherent quality that it will be used to the benefit of subsequent owners and occupiers.
    • The Act further provides for the prosecution of landowners who illegally evict occupiers from their land.
    • It seems to embrace the proposition that owners or occupiers are insurers for the safety of others.
    • The adjudication provisions in the Minor Works contract do not exclude residential occupiers from their ambit as does the Act.
    • Under Section 106, the Act, following the Latham Report, does not apply to a construction contract with a residential occupier.
    • Thus, the escape was one for which custom had long since imposed strict liability on the occupier of the land.
    • An occupier under a beneficial lease cannot require the annual value to be cut down to the rent actually reserved.
    • The second is satisfied if the occupier knows that the claimant may come into the vicinity of the danger.
    • All owners, occupiers, statutory bodies and other interested parties will receive full details of the proposals this month.
    • To date the local authority has been obliged to notify the owner and occupier that the property will be revalued, but this will no longer be the case.
    • Is there a genuine issue for trial on the question of whether Monk Realty was an occupier of the sidewalk?
    • If there is actual occupation, and the occupier has rights, the purchaser takes subject to them.
    • The retail market continues to be the best performer in the commercial sector with strong demand from tenants and occupiers.
    • There is already a great deal of interest in the development and we know that these facilities will prove an additional attraction to potential occupiers.
    • The new buildings will offer potential occupiers a different style of office accommodation.
    • Exclusive possession distinguishes an occupier who may in due course acquire title under the Limitation Act 1980 from a mere trespasser.