accommodation address


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accommodation address

n
(Commerce) an address on letters, etc, to a person or business that does not wish or is not able to receive post at a permanent or actual address
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Mr Davies questioned Mr Miller about the fact that his New York office - as it was described on the firm's website - was an accommodation address, and that the firm was not registered, as it should be, with the State of New York.
Police said they were called to a shared accommodation address in Oxhill Road just before 12.30pm.
Hotel reservation or accommodation address, contact information and proof of adequate finances.
The company operated out of an accommodation address in the City of London until it was booted out for failing to pay the rent.
"We have strengthened our presence in the market as a premium accommodation address in the city, catering to a large segment of corporate, government and leisure business," says ishah Bohari, director of sales and marketing at Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi.
"The business has been advertising this address on paperwork supplied to customers, but this is an accommodation address and the owners of the address have confirmed that Aquacoat Roof Coating Ltd have not registered to use this address.
For example, the business address of the spokesman for the company at the centre of the claims - Positive Property Investment - was in the same Stockport street as the accommodation address of the developers, Leader 1.
"She didn't move to the Colne Valley, she obtained an accommodation address.
The mailshot, headlined 'Diamond Racing Ahead Of The Field', carries no telephone number and the only contact information is what is believed to be an accommodation address in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex.
IF the blame culture in this country has an accommodation address then it's care of this newspaper.
In any event it is very unlikely that the authorities will actually get around to checking every person's overnight accommodation address but some (probably newspaper) crank will no doubt put down The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500 and get away with it.
Virtually all successful operations against Moscow, Clarridge recalls, resulted in Soviets who "walked in of their own volition and offeted their services, usually for money." Hitz also notes that in non-Soviet cases, such as operations in the mid-1980s against one "Middle East country" (read Iran), the CIA apparently lost almost its entire stable of human sources because almost 20 sources were reporting via secret writing to one accommodation address in Europe that had not been changed for a long time.