Permitted Occupier definition

Permitted Occupier means any person on the Premises for any period expressly or by implication with the Tenant’s authority or permission.
Permitted Occupier means if used in the Agreement, any person who is licensed or permitted by the Landlord to reside at the Property together with the Tenant and who does so as a rent free licensee of the Tenant.
Permitted Occupier means a person who is not a party to the Tenancy, and for the avoidance of doubt is not a Tenant. They have no rights to the Property but have been granted permission to occupy the Property as a guest for a period of time during this Tenancy by the Landlord.

Examples of Permitted Occupier in a sentence

  • If we have agreed to a Permitted Occupier sharing the Accommodation, you may share it with them (and only with them).

  • Permitted OccupierPermitted Occupier’, if used in the Agreement, includes any person who is licensed by the Landlord to reside at the Premises and who will be bound by all the terms of this Agreement apart from the payment of rent.

  • A Permitted Occupier does not have any interest or right under the lease whatsoever in the lot or in the subject residential unit.

  • Permitted Occupier means a person permitted by the Hong Kong Housing Society as landlord to use, occupy and enjoy a residential unit at The Tanner Hill together with the tenant(s) of such residential unit.

  • The Permitted Occupier is required to leave the subject residential unit when the relevant lease is terminated (for example, when the relevant tenant(s) terminate(s) the lease or pass(es) away) and will not be entitled to any monetary refund or compensation whatsoever.


More Definitions of Permitted Occupier

Permitted Occupier if used in the Agreement, includes any person who is licensed or permitted by the Landlord to reside at the Property together with the Tenant and who does so as a rent free licensee of the Tenant and who will be otherwise bound by all the terms of this Agreement apart from the payment of the Rent.
Permitted Occupier means the person identified above, if any, who the Landlord permits in addition to the Tenant to reside in the Property during the Term.
Permitted Occupier means any person on the Premises for any period expressly or by implication with the Tenant’s authority.
Permitted Occupier shall bear the meaning attributed to such term in Clause 10.1(c);
Permitted Occupier or “Licensee” means any person permitted by the Landlord to live in the Property but not named as the Tenant in the Tenancy Agreement. That person will be bound by all the obligations of the Tenancy Agreement but will have no rights as the Tenant and will not be liable to pay rent;
Permitted Occupier means any person authorised by the Landlord or the Tenant to reside in the Premises (if applicable). To avoid doubt the Permitted Occupier has no rights as a tenant and the Tenant will be legally responsible for granting vacant possession at the end of the Term of the Tenancy together with any costs incurred in obtaining vacant possession.
Permitted Occupier means a company which is a member of the same group of companies of which the Tenant is a member and meets the criteria in Section 42(1) of the Landlord and Xxxxxx Xxx 0000