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Federal Income Tax - Residence Located Apart From Premises Where Employee Performed Duties Is Not "On The Business Premises of the Employer" As Required By 1954 Int. Rev. Code Section 119; Rental Value of Residence and Value of Food Supplied By Employer N

Federal Income Tax - Residence Located Apart From Premises Where Employee Performed Duties Is Not "On The Business Premises of the Employer" As Required By 1954 Int. Rev. Code Section 119; Rental Value of Residence and Value of Food Supplied By Employer Not Excludable From Gross Income. Commissioner v. Anderson (6th Cir. 1966)

James B. Franklin, Federal Income Tax - Residence Located Apart From Premises Where Employee Performed Duties Is Not "On The Business Premises of the Employer" As Required By 1954 Int. Rev. Code Section 119; Rental Value of Residence and Value of Food Supplied By Employer Not Excludable From Gross Income. Commissioner v. Anderson (6th Cir. 1966), 4 S AN D IEGO L. R EV . 316 (1967).

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LEGISLATIVE REGULATION OF LEASES OF BUSINESS PREMISES: With particular reference to the Queensland Retail Shop Leases Act 1984

LEGISLATIVE REGULATION OF LEASES OF BUSINESS PREMISES: With particular reference to the Queensland Retail Shop Leases Act 1984

Section 6 prohibits the inclusion in retail shop leases of provisions reserving rent wholly or partly based on turnover of a business carried on at the premises unless the tenant has e[r]

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Property & Business Liability

Property & Business Liability

Covers extra expenses, over and above your normal operating expenses, that are incurred due to a covered loss to the building and/or contents — to avoid or minimize the suspension of the credit union business. For an off-premise service interruption, only the extra expense you incur after the service has been interrupted for 12 hours will be covered as well as loss that results from a dependent business premises including premises operated by others where debit, credit or other card processing services are performed.

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Women Food Vendors’ (WFV’S) contribution in household income in Tanzania: the case of Morogoro municipal

Women Food Vendors’ (WFV’S) contribution in household income in Tanzania: the case of Morogoro municipal

The study showed serious problems encountered by women involved in food vending, mainly in terms of working premises. It was obtained that lack of business premises were contributed by Municipal authorities. The interview with Municipal officials confided that, business sites within a municipal are reallocated to those traders who were having large capital who are able to pay for it. This results to a decline of business. The findings show that 23 (53.5%) out of 43 respondents operates in unhygienic environments with makeshift shelters and premises which often scares potential customers away and leading to low earning by the WFVs. On the other hand, during the rain season many of these shelters get destroyed or washed away, leading food vendors and their customers not able to use them. This is experienced evidenced in places like Kichangani, Kiwanja cha ndege, Bigwa and Chamwino areas where food vendors are concentrated. The study findings also revealed an environmental health hazards as a result of the unhygienic nature of the vending environment. There is the problem of garbage, lack of sanitation facilities and too much noise around garages and bus stops. One resident around Morogoro Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority “Mamlaka ya Maji”, an area with very high concentration of food vending and garages commented thus: “There is no water or any sanitation facility in this area. That is, the garages in this neighborhood do not have toilets. Stomach problems and diarrhea are prevalent here”.
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Vision-based customer counting for shopping lots

Vision-based customer counting for shopping lots

One of the key indicators for a business to prospect in the modern days is the number of potential customers entering into the business premises, for example shopping lots. Even though these customers may not be buying the products on display, their mere presence can be a useful indicator in terms of the attractiveness of the products available in the premises.

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No Sierra Leone. No. 2 Diamond Cutting and Polishing Act THE DIAMOND CUTTING AND POLISHING ACT, 2007

No Sierra Leone. No. 2 Diamond Cutting and Polishing Act THE DIAMOND CUTTING AND POLISHING ACT, 2007

(a) carry on diamond cutting and polishing business exclusively, in the business premises approved by the Director as fit for the purpose of operating a diamond cutting and polishing business efficiently and effectively under paragraph (b) of subsection (2) of section 4; (b) buy or acquire diamonds from any miner, dealer, or exporter and for that purpose enter into a reasonable arrangement with such miner, dealer or exporter to ensure a regular supply of diamonds as will enable him to carry on the diamond cutting operations authorized by his licence without interruption;
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SECONDARY EMPLOYMENT APPROVAL APPLICATION FOR PRIVATE BUSINESSES AND PUBLIC AGENCIES AND FOR SPECIAL EVENTS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SECONDARY EMPLOYMENT APPROVAL APPLICATION FOR PRIVATE BUSINESSES AND PUBLIC AGENCIES AND FOR SPECIAL EVENTS

2. The Secondary Employer authorizes the Chief of Police and representatives of the San Jose Police Department to inspect the Secondary Employer’s business premises during business hours, or when the officer is actually working at the work site, including but not limited to inspection of the premises of the business and the work site of the off-duty officer or reserve officer for the purpose of assuring that the premises and the business are in compliance with the terms and conditions of the Approval and with the requirements of applicable provisions of the San Jose Municipal Code and any other applicable local, state or federal law or regulations.
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business loans? let s get to work

business loans? let s get to work

At Liberty, we can help you achieve your goal of buying your business premises, or we may be able to help with a better deal on your existing loan. We are happy to discuss your circumstances. Whatever your situation, we are likely to have the right solution for your business.

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Preface to Model Ordinance Prohibiting Criminal Conduct in Sexually Oriented Businesses

Preface to Model Ordinance Prohibiting Criminal Conduct in Sexually Oriented Businesses

This Ordinance does not impose strict liability. Unless a culpable mental state is otherwise specified herein, a showing of a knowing or reckless mental state is necessary to establish a violation of a provision of Section (III) of this Ordinance. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, for the purposes of Section (III), an act by an employee shall be imputed to the sexually oriented business for purposes of finding a violation of this Section (III) only if an officer, director, general partner or licensee, or a person who managed, supervised, or controlled the operation of the business premises, knowingly or recklessly allowed such act to occur on the premises. It shall be a defense to liability that the person to whom liability is imputed was powerless to prevent the act.
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The licensing system under the Malaysian Moneylenders Act 2003

The licensing system under the Malaysian Moneylenders Act 2003

This article has also argued that the licensing system has gone through major reform under the MLA 2003, in order to solve the problems of administrative discrepancies and the licensing provisions being too general, lenient and outdated, which were brought by the MLA. The reform has indeed brought great changes in streamlining the licensing regime, especially in removing local authorities from regulation of the moneylending industry and replacing them with a centralised system under the Ministry. This move has addressed the old problem of administrative discrepancies and will enhance supervision and co-ordination in the licensing system. Several aspects such as the procedure for application for licence, fee, duration and renewal, displaying the licence in the business premises, conducting moneylending transactions at the moneylenders’ premises and revocation as well as suspension of licences are either amended or freshly formulated to solve the problems in the past that the licensing regime were too general, lenient and obsolete, to keep up with the current credit practice and safeguard the borrowers’ interest. In this regard, the MLA 2003 has addressed the concern that the old licensing regime was too general. However, in light of development under the CCA, several weaknesses under the MLA 2003 become apparent; especially the “fit and proper person” test was not fully developed, although this is the key factor that would distinguish an honest from a crooked applicant.
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RESOLUTION ADOPTING KOSCIUSKO LIQUOR ORDINANCE

RESOLUTION ADOPTING KOSCIUSKO LIQUOR ORDINANCE

It shall be unlawful in the City of Kosciusko for any retailer of alcoholic beverages to allow or permit within or on the business premises any conduct or activities prohibited by Title 35, Part II, Subpart 2, Chapter 7 of the Mississippi Alcohol Beverage Control Regulations, including conduct which is lewd, immoral or offensive to public decency, as defined therein.

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Corinth in the Ninth Century: The Numismatic Evidence

Corinth in the Ninth Century: The Numismatic Evidence

carried on their business over a period of three or four generations before prosperity permitted them to rebuild their premises. Two groups of coins attest the use of the site in the[r]

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LEASE AGREEMENT,05Y This Agreement, made this'.c..._. _ day of September, 2019, between the City of Osceola, Arkansas, (hereinafter referred to as "Le

LEASE AGREEMENT,05Y This Agreement, made this'.c..._. _ day of September, 2019, between the City of Osceola, Arkansas, (hereinafter referred to as "Le

25. Prohibited Operations. Lessee is hereby expressly prohibited from conducting or allowing to be conducted, any business thereon or therein, nor storing or permitting to be stored thereon or therein, any explosives, combustible substances (LP gas for operation of lift trucks excluded), or materials of any nature, which would increase the fire hazard or cause a premium to be charged for insurance higher than that charged for the present use of such property; and not to operate, nor permit to be operated, nor exist thereon or therein, any public or private nuisance. Lessee is hereby strictly prohibited from subletting to a tenant in the "sin business" or a tenant who Lessor feels poses a hazardous risk to or environmental burden on the property.
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Innovative technology solutions for sustainability

Innovative technology solutions for sustainability

development, while also enabling it to reach a position of international leadership in its sector. Based on these two premises, Abengoa business centers on: solar energy, engineering and construction of energy infrastructures, hydrogen, bioenergy, water infrastructures, metal recycling and waste treatment, wind power, energy crops and marine energy.

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Understanding Your Insurance Coverage:

Understanding Your Insurance Coverage:

This not only includes property owned by the business, but also property owned by others and in the custody, care, and control of the insured. It is important to remember that this coverage does not cover third-party liability (slip and fall) of those who may be on your premises. For a covered loss, the CNA/Schinnerer policy covers the loss or damage of the covered property as well as the business personal property of the firm and includes the following categories. Valuable Papers/Media

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`Hidden' or `Missing' Premises

`Hidden' or `Missing' Premises

Introduction of the Problem The first step of analysis or evalua- tion of a piece of argumentation is de- ciding what is included in the argu- ment: What are its bo[r]

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A Code of Practice. For Pest Management in the Food Industry in Australia & New Zealand. 1 st Edition August 2011

A Code of Practice. For Pest Management in the Food Industry in Australia & New Zealand. 1 st Edition August 2011

German cockroach is the most common pest cockroach in food establishments. Adults are about 15mm long and first instar nymphs are about 3mm long. They are smaller than the other important Pest species and are able to live and breed in the numerous cracks and crevices present in commercial premises. Their small size means that they are initially tolerated or not noticed. Their rapid reproduction rate enables a few individuals to become a Pest problem over one season as each female produces an ootheca containing around 30 - 48 eggs, and females may produce between 4 - 8 oothecae. These eggs can become adult in 6 - 10 weeks in the warm conditions which means rapid population build-up.
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SPECIAL CLAUSES/WARRANTIES THESE ARE OPERATIVE ONLY IF SHOWN IN THE SCHEDULE OR IN AN ENDORSEMENTFORMING PART OF THE SCHEDULE

SPECIAL CLAUSES/WARRANTIES THESE ARE OPERATIVE ONLY IF SHOWN IN THE SCHEDULE OR IN AN ENDORSEMENTFORMING PART OF THE SCHEDULE

It is a Condition precedent to liability in respect of damage by storm, tempest that any flat felted roof portion of the within described premises shall be inspected at least once every two years by a qualified builder or property surveyor and any defects brought to light by that inspection shall be repaired immediately.

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How To Make A College More Successful

How To Make A College More Successful

One key piece of advice we can give you is to manage the change, both technically as well as organizationally. Be sure that the change is gradual. You should always have a solid strategy for technology while also focusing on the people and processes that drive the business, especially those who will be leading the change and working with the portal. Hybrid environments are often complex and large, and starting them from scratch will take years; one should not expect change to happen overnight. So while these type of projects are bound to have a myriad of technical, political, and cultural challenges, you set the foundation for a smooth implementation and adoption by taking small steps and using familiar tools.
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Diagramming Objections To Independent Premises

Diagramming Objections To Independent Premises

How might we diagram these two types of objection? An objection to the truth of a premise is easily handled—it would point at the premise in question. If the objection is to the infer- ence from premises to conclusion, we might point it at an arrow which represents the inference. But there are two arrows in this diagram and we can't neatly draw it against both of them. Per- haps multiple (objecting) arrows could be drawn, one pointing at each of the existing arrows, but, even putting aside the fact that the diagram will quickly be made dense and difficult, it's hard to see how this would represent an objection to the claim that the two together are sufficient to justify the conclusion. Ar- guments with more than two arrows will present even greater difficulty in this regard.
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