Arendator

Arendator – literally a `lease holder` (`Орендар` (Orendar), `Откупщик` (Otkupshchik)). The term derives from `Arenda` ( `rent`), a Latin term referring to the lease of fixed assets, such as land, mills, inns, breweries, distilleries, or of special rights, such as the right to collect customs duties etc. Trusted individu...
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Arendator

• (n.) In some provinces of Russia, one who farms the rents or revenues.
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Arendator

Ar`en·da'tor noun [ Late Latin arendator , arrendator , from arendare , arrendare , to pay rent, from arenda yearly rent; ad + renda , French rente , English rent . Confer Arrentation and Rent .] In some province...
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