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COOChief Operating Officer (corporate title)
COOCountry of Origin
COOCost of Opperation
COOChange of Ownership (various organizations)
COOCost of Ownership
COOCome on Over (Internet slang)
COOCommunities of Opportunity (San Francisco, CA)
COOContinuity of Operations
COOCertificate Of Origin
COOCell of Original
COOChief Operating Officer
COOConception Orientée Objet (French: Object-Oriented Design; software development)
COOCentre for Overweight and Obesity (Australia)
COOChief Ordnance Officer (UK)
COOCertificate of Occupancy (construction code compliance)
COOCaltech Optical Observatories
COOCell of Origin (mobile telephony)
COOCessna Owner Organization (aircraft)
COOConduct of Operations
COOCountries of Operation
COOChiefs of Ontario (Canada)
COOConspiracy of One (Offspring song)
COOConsideration of Others
COOConcept of Operation
COOCollege of Opticians of Ontario (Ontario, Canada)
COOCotonou, Benin - Cotonou (Airport Code)
COOCave of Ordeal (video games)
COOConstraint and Object Oriented
COOChildren of Opportunity
COOCombined Obstacles Overlay
COOconfirmation of ownership
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A certificate of occupancy is a document granted by a municipality to verify a building's compliance with architectural plans and other laws, and confirming that the project is in suitable condition for occupancy.
He said in an affidavit filed in Cancun's lawsuit, though, that he was afraid he would be arrested if he didn't return K&R's certificate of occupancy.
Having satisfied all prescribed requirements, the center received its certificate of occupancy last week, allowing council members to refocus their energy on heat.
Due to time constraints driven by the push for the certificate of occupancy, this deficiency could not be addressed until after occupancy.
It was completed in August 2005, and got its certificate of occupancy the day before the 2005-06 school year began.
Before you get cocky and think, "We can top that," consider this: That time includes pouring the foundation, landscaping, and issuance of a certificate of occupancy. The three-bedroom, two-bath house has 2,249 square feet under roof (1,637 heated and cooled) with a two-car garage.
Meanwhile, a lawsuit seeking to cancel the shelter's certificate of occupancy on the basis of a zoning violation is still pending.
However, lenders are not required to use such an inspector for new construction of one- to four-unit single family properties where 1) the local jurisdiction issues a building permit prior to construction, local inspections are completed during the construction period and a certificate of occupancy is issued upon completion of the unit; or 2) the new construction is 100 percent complete, an FHA Roster Inspector has performed the first two construction inspections (footing and framing), an appraiser listed on the FHA Appraiser Roster appraises the property and the completed Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR, Fannie Mae Form 1004) serves as the final inspection.
Beau Ciel, luxury condominium residences on the bayfront, has received the building's certificate of occupancy. Closings are under way, and as of September, only six units remained unsold.
This site allows business owners to apply online for a MBL or trade name, obtain a certificate of occupancy, register with the Tax & Revenue Office, or find a business profile.
He said the Henry Miller holds a cabaret certificate of occupancy. While its exterior has been landmarked, the theater's interior is not.
Initial "in-rush" occupancy upon opening usually will range between 12 percent and 15 percent, or approximately 10 to 12 move-ins upon achieving a Certificate of Occupancy. After the initial move-ins, you might expect future move-ins to average between four and six units per month; net of turnover.
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