beneficial use


  • Property Law

Definitions of beneficial use

  • the right to use a specific piece of real property (=land or buildings)

    Tenant shall be deemed to have commenced beneficial use of the Premises when Tenant begins to move furniture, furnishings, inventory, equipment or trade fixtures into the Premises.

Phrase Bank for beneficial use

  • Some larger restaurants, chain restaurants and grocery stores will now be required to put their food waste to beneficial use instead of sending it to landfills where it releases methane gas.

  • The court ruled in 2007 that the federal government can’t own those rights because it doesn’t own cattle and therefore can’t put the water to beneficial use.

  • “TDEC is committed to increasing the diversion and beneficial use of materials that would otherwise end up in landfills or contaminating our waters,” said TDEC Commissioner Bob Martineau.

  • A comprehensive development is necessary to remedy existing problem issues and to put the whole site to a beneficial use.

  • If the Premises or any part thereof (or access thereto within the Building) have been damaged or destroyed by an Insured Risk so as to render the Premises incapable of beneficial use, then the Landlord will …

  • The “Lease Commencement Date” shall be the earlier of: (i) the date on which construction of the Premises are Substantially Complete (as defined in Section 2( b)); or (ii) the date Tenant commences beneficial use of the Premises.