right of entry


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Noun1.right of entry - the legal right to take possession of real estate in a peaceable manner
legal right - a right based in law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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But address yourself to the keeper of the seals; he has the right of entry at the Tuileries, and can procure you audience at any hour of the day or night.
This was granted when the ship's company received the Freedom Right of Entry in 1983.
In this guide, Stewart, an author, and attorneys Warner and Portman provide information for landlords on the legal issues involved in screening tenants, preparing leases and rental agreements, rent rules, security deposits, discrimination, property managers, move-in, sublets, duties to repair and maintain the premises, liability, right of entry and tenant privacy, ending a tenancy, problem resolution, termination and eviction, and finding a lawyer.
Measures suggested include insisting on right of entry to customers' premises to seize goods supplied but not paid for in order to weather the worsening economic storm.
MDU also acquired a Right of Entry Agreement to provide services to 20 additional properties encompassing 2,108 residences.
Doctors, nurses, care workers and chefs will no longer get automatic right of entry.
Officials will be able to break into the cars of motorists suspected of evading forthcoming pay-as-you-go road tolls and the pensions regulator will have right of entry to premises to gather information on tax payments, pensions and benefits.
The right of entry allows the town to go onto private property to make the improvements.
These minimum obligations include the management of change clause and NZNO's right of entry clause.
Under a Right of Entry and Hold Harmless Agreement, the MTA would allow LAWA to use Union Station's Patsaouras Transit Plaza, provide parking for 500 vehicles at the Gateway Parking Garage, and allow the operation of an information and ticket sale kiosk.
Other recommendations include a requirement for an annual report to the Speaker, an expanded mandate, an increased right of entry and investigative powers and increased public education and communications.
The law on such right of entry is being tightened and, by 2004, full access to public buildings will become more of a reality for disabled people.