However, Nash, 26, refused to leave, despite being warned by housing officers that he had no right of occupancy and was trespassing.
What does ROO stand for?
ROO stands for Right of Occupancy (legal right; various locations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 20 other meanings of ROO in our Acronym Attic
- Record of Origin (Intel)
- Recruiting Operations Officer (US Army Cadet Command)
- Refined Olive Oil
- Regional Outreach Officer (Australia immigration)
- Renewables Obligation Order (UK)
- Research Opportunities Office (various schools)
- Reserve Officer Orientation
- Return on Objective
- Return On Opportunity
- Richland Operations Office
Samples in periodicals archive:
The waiver is his agreement that in the event of your death he has no right of occupancy.
Other recommendations include the right of occupancy for those who are not listed on the Certificate of Possession, and the inclusion of protections for spouses in marriage breakdowns in self-governing agreements with reserves.
While the IRS's position concerning a right of occupancy may be appropriate, courts may be willing to find language in local law that will extend the spouse's interest to a full legal life estate.