Definition of Occupier:
A person or company residing in or using a property as its owner or tenant, or (illegally) as a squatter.
Position: Person performing the duties of a position, and enjoying the benefits and salary that go with it. If a current occupier is not the substantive occupier (or owner) of the position, he or she is acting in that position.
A member of a group that takes possession of a country by force.
Property: Party that takes possession of a dwelling, piece of land, or premises as owner, tenant, or trespasser. A trespasser-occupier may become a lawful tenant if the owner accepts the rent offered, or an owner by adverse possession. Often used as an alternative term for occupant.
How to use Occupier in a sentence?
- The individual claimants are freehold owners and occupiers of their homes in Church Village.
- The occupiers were reported to have rounded up civilians and carried them off to unknown fates.
Meaning of Occupier & Occupier Definition