OCCUPIER. One who is in the enjoyment of a thing.
2. He may be the occupier by virtue of a lawful contract, either
express or implied, or without any contract. The occupier is, in general,
bound to make the necessary repairs to premises he occupies the cleansing
and repairing of drains and sewers, therefore, is prima facie the duty of
him who occupies the premises. 3 Q. B. R. 449; S. C. 43 Eng. C. L. R. 814.
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