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C/O

 
complaint of.

c/o

Abbreviation for complains of.

c/o

Abbreviation for complains of.
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A certificate of occupancy is a document granted by a municipality to verify a building's compliance with architectural plans and other laws, and confirming that the project is in suitable condition for occupancy.
Without a certificate of occupancy, K&R is unable to operate its business," Spainhour said in the affidavit.
Generally, the requirement for a certificate of occupancy is that all major equipment is in place and operational, and all architectural elements and finishes are complete.
Public Works officials have said they want to help but their hands are tied by a city ordinance that requires all public improvements to be completed before they sign off on a temporary certificate of occupancy.
Payment of rent will begin on the earlier of the issuance of the certificate of occupancy or the 15th month following the land acquisition.
In a significant step for the $689 million Royal Hobart Hospital Redevelopment, the project team received the certificate of occupancy for the temporary inpatient facility yesterday.
Last November 20, the Fifth Division issued its decision that convicted Ng, Ocampo and seven former Quezon City Hall officials of graft in the issuance of building permits and certificate of occupancy to Ozone Disco even though no inspections were conducted by the City Engineer's office.
The vacant two-story building sits in a residential zoning district (R8B) but has a commercial certificate of occupancy allowing an opportunity to continue use as an office building or the possibility for conversion.
The building isn't licensed to be a hotel; the certificate of occupancy is valid only for single-room occupancy apartments, deeming it "illegal use in a residential district," according to an inspector's note on the Department of Buildings website.
The grievances include allegations of improper site work, lack of proper inspections, no certificate of occupancy, plans not approved by a licensed architect and improperly manufactured and installed stone walls and columns.
WINCHENDON - For the first time since spring, the Senior Center will open its doors to the public this week after receiving a certificate of occupancy from Building Inspector Paul Blanchard.
More than 25 percent of respondents indicated that they've had a building permit or a certificate of occupancy delayed because of accessible design issues.
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