Definitions

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  • n. One who is not an owner, especially in a business enterprise.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ owner

Examples

  • They have invested time, money and effort into developing their business and have one nonowner employee, Joe, a young website designer.

    Senate Proposal Pits IRS Against Small Businesses

  • But what we have been saying about personal property does not imply that there is no functioning morality: it emphasizes that the system must provide a social definition of behavior which not only tells the property owner what he can do but also tells the nonowner what the rights of the property owner are and makes him accept them.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 11~ The Organization of Productive Effort

  • In low-energy society a system of land ownership, to be successful, must impose duties upon the owner as well as the nonowner.

    Energy and Society~ Chapter 11~ The Organization of Productive Effort

  • It sometimes happens that an owner cannot alienate, and that a nonowner can.

    The Institutes of Justinian

  • But the government estimates that nearly a third of the loans in LBMLT 2006-1 were on nonowner occupied homes.

    The Seattle Times

  • NPAs totaled $61.9 million at June 30, and that is broken down by the following loan types: $25.5 million in commercial real estate nonowner occupied; $10.8 million in commercial real estate owner occupied; $9 million in residential other owner-occupied rental; $8.5 million in residential land development; $3.8 million in commercial nonreal estate; $2.2 million in commercial land development; and $2.1 million in residential construction.

  • This unit deals primarily with nonowner-occupied properties i.e., generally properties in which at least 50%

    KeyCorp Reports Fourth Quarter Net Income of $292 Million - Yahoo! Finance

  • And that's clearly a loan segment, particularly nonowner occupied, that the regulators are trying to have banks lower their concentrations in.

  • Outpost Natural Foods: Secrets of Chinese Sauces, 6-8 p.m. March 18. $20 owner, $25 nonowner.

    JSOnline.com

  • Never mind that nonowner-occupied residential real property includes homes or apartments that will be rented.

    Hawaii Reporter

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