Definitions of "premises"
  1. Refers to things or subjects that have been mentioned or stated before
  2. The initial section of a deed, where a detailed description of the related property is provided
  3. The initial part of a complaint in equity, wherein the key facts are stated, the wrongs are identified, and the defendants are named
  4. A piece of land along with all its associated elements, such as buildings
How to use "premises" in a sentence
  1. The premises of the agreement were clear and all parties acknowledged them.
  2. In the premises of the deed, the old farmhouse and the adjacent barn were included.
  3. The premises of the equity bill clearly mentioned the violations and identified the defendants.
  4. The premises encompassed both the office building and surrounding parking lot.

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