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premise

[prem′is]
Etymology: L, prae + mittere, to send
a proposition that is presented as the basis of an argument and is usually established beforehand.

premise

(prem'is)
A proposition or starting point that is accepted as true or that is agreed to be true. See: assumption
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Therefore, because the entry team could force their entry into the premises, it certainly would be permissible for the entry team to use a ruse to enhance the safety of the second entry.
When power is restored at the customer premises and the IAD or MTA becomes functional, the packetized voice network automatically resumes operation.
The deprivation and its effect when selecting the appropriate premise of value.
Following the hearing, Supt Mark Wiggins told the ECHO: Merseyside Police recovered a substantial quantity of amphetamine and a firearm from the premises and it is clear that members of the criminal fraternity were using the premises to meet.
It appeared that as soon as matters improved and the premises were left to operate without police intervention incidents started to occur that caused the police concern.
Many designated-premises endorsements contain language similar or identical to the following: "This insurance applies only to 'bodily injury,' 'property damage,' 'personal and advertising injury,' and medical expenses arising out of the ownership, maintenance, or use of the premises shown in the Schedule and operations necessary or incidental to those premises.
Tower disclaimed coverage on the grounds that "the subject premises is not a 'residence premises' and therefore it does not qualify as an 'insured location' with respect to the underlying claim.
The most favorable to the tenant merely requires delivery of vacant possession of the premises whereupon the guarantor is released from liability for the payment of rent.
If you want to get serious about your business premises, the best place to start is with a chartered surveyor.
A provision that limits the landlord's control over the lessee's ability to assign the ground lease or sublet the premises.
Starting with the second structural component, the basic premises or the foundational principles, is it important to bring Islam's epistemological resources to bear on this component?
In the premises liability category, the median award against owners or operators of industry property was the highest, at $280,300, followed by government entities at $119,315 and $90,000 for recreational facilities.