residential premises definition

residential premises means a house, building, structure, shelter, or mobile home, or portion thereof, used as a dwelling, home, residence, or living place by 1 or more human beings. “Residential premises” includes an apartment unit, a boardinghouse, a rooming house, a mobile home, a mobile home space, and a single or multiple family dwelling, but does not include a hotel, a motel, motor home, or other tourist accommodation, when used as a temporary accommodation for guests or tourists, or premises used as the principal place of residence of the owner and rented occasionally during temporary absences including vacation or sabbatical leave.
residential premises means any premises or part of premises (including any land occupied with the premises) used or intended to be used as a place of residence and includes a hostel unit;
residential premises means premises that constitute or are intended to constitute a place of residence;

Examples of residential premises in a sentence

  • The Tenant will not alter, redecorate, wallpaper, or change in any way the Residential Premises except as authorized in writing by the Landlord.

  • The Tenant will use the Residential Premises solely for residential purposes.

  • The Tenant will take every precaution to avoid fire hazards in and around the Residential Premises and will observe all safety regulations communicated by the Landlord.

  • The Landlord is not responsible for property belonging to the Tenant, any Occupant or any of the Tenant’s or Occupant’s guest(s) which is lost, stolen or damaged in any way, regardless of cause, wherever or not this may occur on the Residential Premises or the Residential Property, including any storage facilities.

  • This must be done prior to the animal arriving at the Residential Premises.

More Definitions of residential premises

residential premises means (subject to paragraph (3)(b)) so much of any premises as is for the time being occupied or used by any person, however temporarily, for residential purposes or otherwise as living accommodation (including hotel or prison accommodation that is so occupied or used);
residential premises means a dwelling unit for residential use and occupancy and the structure of which it is a part, the facilities and appurtenances in it, and the grounds, areas, and facilities for the use of tenants generally or the use of which is promised the tenant. "Residential premises" includes a dwelling unit that is owned or operated by a college or university. "Residential premises" does not include any of the following:
residential premises means any building or part of a building which may be occupied lawfully as a dwelling unit by one or more persons;
residential premises means a property or premises that is classified as a private dwelling or as a Class A multiple dwelling under the New York State Multiple Dwelling Law.
residential premises means premises all or part of which comprise a dwelling;
residential premises means a dwelling unit, the structure of which the unit is a part, and the common areas.
residential premises means a single-family dwelling and any multiple-family dwelling.