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premises

a building or part of a building, including land and other appurtenances, especially mechanical services.

veterinary premises
does not define whether the accommodation is classified as a hospital, or a clinic, or is less than those and does not fit any special criteria. Does indicate that the premises are used for veterinary purposes, e.g. branch premises indicates that the premises are used for veterinary work but is serviced from a main clinic at a distance and is not manned for sufficiently long periods each day to qualify as a branch practice.
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21) Massachusetts was the last state to abandon this standard in New England and has thus created a uniform standard of premises liability on the northern East Coast.
In the premises liability category, the median number of months from incident to trial was 36 months, according to the 2000 figures, vs.
Premises liability issues--from slip-and-fall accidents to crimes on the property--all were deemed significant.
The court added that it was not necessary for the it to address the plaintiff's premises liability theory of negligence since the hospital's motion went solely to the question of medical negligence.
Dahl focuses on appellate, automotive, civil litigation, commercial litigation, construction, labor and employment, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical and medical devices, premises liability, sexual abuse, and professional liability in the Ft.
In premises liability cases, the premises where the trip or the fall has occurred due to faulty construction or neglect of safety measures on the site.
Designed to keep attorneys informed of all the latest developments in real estate law, the new report includes "full coverage" of real estate issues, including eminent domain and just compensation, water rights, real estate antitrust cases, zoning, premises liability, broker commissions and disclosure obligations, brownfields and other environmental issues, adverse possession, property 'flipping,' public access and violations of the Fair Housing Act.
The California Supreme Court has ruled that a restaurant patron who was assaulted in the parking lot can pursue a premises liability claim against the restaurant owner.
The jury found in her favor on separate theories of ordinary negligence, premises liability, and peculiar risk, and awarded her sizable damages.
Like the current standard endorsement, the new endorsement extends insured status for building property and premises liability to an additional insured.
Legal issues relating to security, such as negligence and premises liability.
They also filed a premises liability claim against a mortgage company, claiming the company owned property near where the shooting occurred and should have known it was being used as a gang hangout.