Private premises definition

Private premises means dwelling, house, building, or other structure, designed or used either wholly or in part for private residential purposes, whether inhabited or temporarily or continuously uninhabited or vacant, and shall include any yard, grounds, walk, driveway, porch, steps, vestibule or mailbox belonging or appurtenant to such dwelling.
Private premises means any home, apartment, condominium, cooperative unit or other dwelling unit of any kind, including yards, open areas adjacent thereto, vacant land or farmland, and accessory structures.
Private premises means all property including, but not limited to, vacant land or any land, building or other structure designed or used for residential, commercial, business, industrial, institutional or religious purposes, together with any yard, grounds, walk, driveway, fence, porch, steps, vestibule, mailbox, and other structure(s) appurtenant thereto.

Examples of Private premises in a sentence

  • Annexure III Standard Operating Procedures for parking of bowsers for Door-to-Door Delivery of Fuel at Private premises (For Petroleum Class B High Speed Diesel only) Bowsers for Door-to-Door Delivery of fuel should be parked at a location in addition to existing provision to park the bowsers in the approved licensed premises by PESO.

  • The detailed SOPs for parking of bowsers for Door-to-Door Delivery of Fuel at Private premises is attached as Annexure III.


More Definitions of Private premises

Private premises means any real property, parcel of land or lot that has a separate certificate of title, which is in private ownership or subject of a lease or agreement with a company or person enabling its use for private purposes and includes any building or structure thereon;
Private premises means any dwelling unit, house, building or other structure designed or used either
Private premises means any dwelling unit, house, building or other structure designed or used either 555 wholly or in part for private residential purposes or otherwise, whether inhabited or vacant, including all 556 yard areas appurtenant thereto. 557 "Public premises" means any and all property owned by the City for use in the exercise of its 558 governmental function, including, but not limited to, streets, sidewalks, rights of way, alleys and parks. 559 "Public way" means any and all property within the right-of-way designated as a dedicated street within 560 the City, and all easements held by the City for the benefit of the public. 561 "Refuse" means all putrescible and nonputrescible solid waste (except body waste), including, but not 562 limited to, garbage, rubbish, street cleanings, solid market and industrial waste or dead animals. 563 "Rubbish" means any solid waste, including, but not limited to, wire, chips, shavings, bottles, glass 564 containers, broken glass, crockery, tin or aluminum cans, cast or wooden ware, boxes, rags, paper goods, 565 boots, tires, shoes, broken concrete, tree stumps or limbs, cinders, clinkers or any waste material of any 566 kind. 567 "Scrap metal" means any piece of, or part made of, steel, iron, zinc, copper, aluminum or any alloy 568 thereof, whether intact or in part, which has served its usefulness in its original form and can no longer be 569 used or is no longer useful for its originally intended purpose. 570 "Stench" means any offensive odor given off by liquid or solid waste, body or otherwise, treated or 571 untreated, such as would be deleterious and obnoxious to the reasonable man and unreasonably interfere 572 with the peace and enjoyment of his property. 573 "Unlicensed motor vehicle" means any motor vehicle, or watercraft, not having affixed thereto current 574 license plates. 575 "Used building material" means any material such as wood, stone, brick, cement block, or any 576 composition thereof, used or useful in the erection of any building structure, which has been previously 577 used for the erection or construction. 578 "Vehicle" and "motor vehicle" Shall have the same meaning in this section as in Section 4501.01 of 579 the Ohio Revised Code. See Chapter 301 of the Traffic Code 580 “Watercraft” shall have the same meaning in this section as in Section 1546.01 of the Ohio Revised 581 Code. 582
Private premises means and includes all premises, wharves, docks, or areas other than municipal.
Private premises means premises to which the general public are not permitted access, whether for payment or otherwise;
Private premises means any lot or parcel of land owned or occupied by any person whether or not improved with any dwelling, house, building, or other structure, whether inhabited or temporarily or continuously uninhabited or vacant, and shall include any yard, grounds, walk, driveway, porch, steps, vestibule or mailbox belonging or appurtenant to any dwelling, house, building, or other structure erected thereon.
Private premises means premises which are not public places;