Oc"cu*pan*cy(?), n. [See Occupant.] 1. The act of taking or holding possession, especially of real property or rental property; possession; occupation.
2. The state or condition of being occupied; as,
occupancy by more than 250 people is dangerous and unlawful.
3. The period of time during which one occupies a property.
Title by occupancy
(Law), a right of property acquired by taking the first possession of a thing, or possession of a thing which belonged to nobody, and appropriating it.
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