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Definitions of premises in various dictionaries:
noun - land and the buildings on it
noun - a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn
verb - set forth beforehand, often as an explanation
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|land and buildings together considered as a place of business|
|A house or building, together with its land and outbuildings, occupied by a business or considered in an official context.|
|a house or building, together with its land and outbuildings, occupied by a business or considered in an official context.|
|base an argument, theory, or undertaking on.|
|land, and all the built structures on it, especially when considered as a single place.|
|(plural only not used in singular form) The subject of a conveyance or deed|
|Plural form of premise.|
|the land and buildings owned by someone, especially by a company or organization:|
|a house or other building and the land on which it is built:|
|the buildings and land owned or used by someone, especially by a company or organization:|
Premises are land and buildings together considered as a property. This usage arose from property owners finding the word in their title deeds, where it originally correctly meant "the aforementioned; what this document is about", from Latin prae-missus = "placed before".|
* In this sense, the word is always used in the plural, but singular in construction. Note that a single house or a single other piece of property is "premises", not a "premise", although the word "premises" is plural in form; e.g. "The equipment is on the customer's premises", never "The equipment is on the customer's premise".