Commercial Premises definition

Commercial Premises means a place of trade or premises operated for financial gain, including but not limited to, a retirement village or a block of flats that has a common facility; a place of trade where the manufacture and production of products or produce takes place; a site where renovation, restoration and refurbishment work as described in Part B takes place.
Commercial Premises means all land and premises, on or within which any interchange of commodities, or any dealing or trading in any article of commerce or other thing is carried on as a business, and shall include all premises in which any service, professional or otherwise is provided, given, or made available and for which any fee, charge, rent or commission is payable, and without limiting the foregoing shall include auto courts, hotels, lodging houses, boarding houses, offices, theatres, bowling alleys, billiard rooms, places of entertainment or amusement, tent camping grounds and dependent mobile homes.
Commercial Premises means any lot of land which contains one or more commercial enterprises.

Examples of Commercial Premises in a sentence

  • The successful tenderer shall be required to carry out fitting-out works for the premises to meet the requirements of the existing Fire Safety (Commercial Premises) Ordinance, and to apply for a valid licence from the relevant authority.

  • The wages contained in this Appendix do not apply to employees who perform any work on Commercial Premises, in the Electrical Supply (Power/Generation/Electricity Distribution and Transmission) Industry; Fire Protection Equipment; Industrial Manufacturing Installation & Maintenance, Oil and Gas Industry; or any site where Appendix B applies.

  • The wages contained in this Appendix does not apply to employees who performing work on Commercial Premises, the Electrical Supply (Power/Generation/Electricity Distribution and Transmission) Industry; Fire Protection Equipment; Industrial Manufacturing Installation & Maintenance, Oil and Gas Industry; or any site where Appendix B applies.

  • Contractor shall allow each Commercial Premises to use Carts or Bins for Solid Waste Collection that are shared by the Occupants of two (2) or more adjacent Commercial Premises.

  • Sector means the service and maintenance of retail facilities which includes financial institutions, retail businesses, schools and hospitals but does not include Commercial Premises (as defined above).


More Definitions of Commercial Premises

Commercial Premises means any premises used for the purpose of carrying on or exercising any trade, business, profession, vocation, commercial or charitable activity, including but not limited to laundries, hotels, motels and food or restaurant establishments.
Commercial Premises. Means a place of trade or premises operated for financial gain, including but not limited to, a retirement village or a block of flats that has a common facility; a place of trade where the manufacture and production of products or produce takes place; a site where renovation, restoration and refurbishment work as described in Appendix B takes place. [Employer] - Electrical Trades Union Enterprise Agreement 2007 – 2010
Commercial Premises means a building or part of a building used or designed for use as an office or for the conduct in such building or any business but does not include a petroleum filling station or an industrial building;
Commercial Premises means premises where goods or services are sold or which are used for the purposes of any business.
Commercial Premises means all premises except residential premises.
Commercial Premises means premises that are not residential premises;
Commercial Premises means Premises located within the boundaries of the City, occupied or used for any purpose other than residential uses. It includes premises upon which business activity is conducted, including but not limited to retail sales, services, wholesale operations, manufacturing and industrial operations, but excluding Residential Premises upon which business activities are conducted when such activities are permitted under applicable zoning regulations and are not the primary use of the property. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary herein in the Norwalk Municipal Code or otherwise, for purposes of this Agreement, Premises upon which the following uses are occurring shall be deemed to be Commercial Premises: Assisted Living Facilities, Convalescent Homes, Dormitories, Extended Stay Motels, Group Residential Facilities, Group Care Facilities, Hotels, Hostels, and Motels.