The temporary possession or occupancy of property that belongs to another. It also refers to the period of a tenant's possession.
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Where the owner of land (the landlord) allows another party (the tenant) to take possession of the landlord's land for an agreed period, usually in return for payment of rent by the tenant to the landlord. The tenant is then able to use the land without interference from the landlord, as long as the...
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the temporary possession or occupancy of property that belongs to another. It also refers to the period of a tenant's possession.
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Ten'an·cy noun ; plural Tenacies . [ Confer Old French tenace , Late Latin tenentia . See Tenant .] (Law) (a) A holding, or a mode of holding, an estate; tenure; the temporary possession of what belon...
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• (n.) A house for habitation, or place to live in, held of another. • (n.) A holding, or a mode of holding, an estate; tenure; the temporary possession of what belongs to another.
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tenancy Being a tenant; occupation of land, a building, etc. by rental or lease.
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The right to ownership of the real estate property legally by the way of purchase, lease, will or by paying rent.It may be permanent title to the property or can be temporary for months or years as specified prior to transfer of title.
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n. the right to occupy real property permanently, for a time which may terminate upon a certain event, for a specific term, for a series of periods until cancelled (such as month-to-month), or at will (which may be terminated at any time). Some tenancy is for occupancy only as in a landlord-tenant s...
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[law] A Tenancy in the English legal system is a space for a barrister in a set of chambers. ...
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1) Abidance 2) Habitation 3) Holding of land 4) Occupancy 5) One year for a renter, perhaps 6) Period of a renter's agreement 7) Period of a renter's lease 8) Period of occupancy 9) Possession 10) Renter's status 11) Reside...
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