A person who resides or is present in a house, vehicle, seat, place, etc., at a given time
The holder of a position or office
the first occupant of the Oval Office
A person holding property, esp. land, in actual possession
resident: someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
(occupancy) an act of being a tenant or occupant
(occupancy) occupation: the act of occupying or taking possession of a building; "occupation of a building without a certificate of occupancy is illegal"
Occupancy in building construction and building codes is the use or intended use of a building or part thereof for the shelter or support of persons, animals or property. A closely-related meaning is the number of units in such a building that are rented or leased, or otherwise in-use. ...
A person who occupies a place or a position; An owner or tenant of a property; A person sitting in a car or other vehicle
(Occupancy) Determination of useage of the property. [If a business owner does not occupy any of the commercial space, the property is termed “Investor” property. Otherwise the property would be termed “Owner-User” or “Owner-occupied” property].
(Occupancy) A physical presence within and control of a property.
(Occupancy) Property insurance rates reflect the way the property is used. In general, “owner occupied” homeowner policies are less expensive than “non-owner occupied” policies.
(OCCUPANCY) In insurance, this term refers to the type and character of the use of property in question.
(Occupancy) Generally a percent of logged in time that an agent spends in active contact handling (i.e., on incoming calls, in wrap up, on outbound calls).
(7. OCCUPANCY) Occupancy shall be from (3.00pm) on the day of arrival to (10.00am) on the day of departure (the housekeepers have only a limited time to prepare the property for the next guests, and you are asked to respect this). ...
(Occupancy) the proportion of bedrooms available during a period.
(Occupancy) the property can only be occupied by those named on the booking form. The number of persons must not exceed the number which is advertised, unless sanctioned by the owner.
(Occupancy) The use of a property as a full-time residence, either by the title holder (owner-occupancy) or by another party through a formal agreement (rental).
(7. Occupancy) Only persons listed on the booking form may occupy the accommodation. Accommodation cannot be re- let or sublet to any other group, party, or individual without the written approval of the owners. ...
Occupancy rates represent rooms nights occupied expressed as a percentage of room nights available, during any given period. For other properties (other than a hotel), it is the measure of the percentage of floor space occupied by tenants as compared to the total lettable area of the building.
(Occupancy) The percentage of space or units rented.
(OCCUPANCY (Vehicle)) The number of persons, including driver and passenger(s) in a vehicle. NPTS occupancy rates are generally calculated as person miles divided by vehicle miles.
(OCCUPANCY) Maximum capacity of the villa is 10 persons and in order to comply with the State of Florida fire regulations this must not be exceeded. The renters must treat the property, it's furniture, fittings, utensils and other facilities with respect. ...
(OCCUPANCY) Rental Guest understands that we will accept families, married couples and responsible adults over the age of 25 ONLY with the exception of married couples where at least one of the individuals is over the age of 21. ...
(Occupancy (crystallographic)) Please see temperature.
(Occupancy) (1) the act or state of being in a building. (2) the purpose of operations conducted by an agency of the state in any facility which they inhabit or use.
(Occupancy) A measurement of the time actually spent by an agent handling calls against the total time available
(Occupancy) Also referred to as agent utilization. The percentage of time agents handle calls versus wait for calls to arrive. For a half-hour, the calculation is: (call volume x average handling time in seconds) / (number of agents x 1800 seconds). See Adherence to Schedule.
(Occupancy) For equipment, such as a circuit or a switch, the ratio of the actual time in use to the available time during a 1-hour period. Note 1: Occupancy is usually expressed in percent. Note 2: Occupancy may be plotted versus time of day.