domestic premises definition

domestic premises means any premises used wholly or partly as a dwelling or intended for such use;
domestic premises means premises where the supply of gas is taken
domestic premises means premises at which a supply is taken wholly or mainly for domestic purposes.

More Definitions of domestic premises

domestic premises means premises occupied as a private dwelling (including any garden, yard, garage, outhouse or other appurtenance of such premises which is not used in common by the occupants of more than one such dwelling);
domestic premises means any premises which are wholly or mainly used as a private dwelling;
domestic premises means premises at which a supply is taken or to be taken wholly or mainly for domestic purposes;
domestic premises means premises at which a supply of gas is taken wholly or mainly for domestic purposes;
domestic premises means Supply Point Premises where the gas is offtaken wholly or mainly for domestic purposes;
domestic premises. 17 means a building or part of a building used by a person as his or her place of private residence (whether as his or her principal place of such residence or not) and includes accommodation provided in such residence to one or more students to enable them to pursue their studies on a full time basis but does not include any part of a building used for the provision, for the purposes of reward, with a view to profit or otherwise in the course of business, of accommodation, including self-catering accommodation, (other than accommodation provided in a place of private residence aforesaid to one or more students for the purposes aforesaid) unless the person to whom the accommodation is so provided uses the accommodation as his or her principal residence.
domestic premises means premises occupied as a private dwelling (including any garden, yard, garage, outhouse or other appurtenance of such premises which is not used in common by the occupants of more than one such dwelling), and “non-domestic premises” shall be construed accordingly;