One who occupies, particularly with respect to a foreign government controlling the territory of another.
Occupier Sentence Examples
Next there has been misconception, arising from the same cause, in the constant attempt to charge the occupier of lands and houses with rates, although the real effect of the rates must be, as a rule, to diminish the value of the property affected like an old-established land tax, so that rates, properly speaking, do not fall upon either owner or occupier.
The Minister has powers under the Weeds Act 1959 to require an occupier of land to prevent the spread of creeping thistle.
Under the Weeds Act 1959, the Minister has the powers to require an occupier of land to prevent the spread of spear thistle.