An employee in occupation of premises belonging to his employer may be a tenant or a licensee1. Such a licensee is often referred to as a 'service occupier' (that is, an employee who occupies his employer's premises in order to perform his duties as an employee)2. An employee is a service occupier if it is essential to the performance of his duties that he should reside in a particular property or if there is an express term in his contract of employment that he should so reside and by doing so he can better perform his duties as an
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