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    on/at premises

    Hello!
    I would only like to know which preposition goes with "premises"?
    In my opinion, it should be "on", but I have noticed that many use "at"..
    So - on the company's premises or?
    Thanks!!!

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    Re: on/at premises

    Quote Originally Posted by bambusst View Post
    Hello!
    I would only like to know which preposition goes with "premises"?
    In my opinion, it should be "on", but I have noticed that many use "at"..
    So - on the company's premises or?
    Thanks!!!
    'On the premises' is the most usual collocation.

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