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  • n. A person who is tenant by holding a lease, a leasee.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A tenant under a lease.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A tenant under a lease.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a tenant who holds a lease


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  • Anyway, if you establish a rule of constitutional law that the leaseholder is entitled to compensation, it’s not clear why that rule would not apply if the leaseholder contracted with the landlord to pay over to the landlord any compensation the leaseholder receives in a condemnation proceeding; but in that case, it’s clear that valuing the interests separately distorts the true nature of the transaction.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Important Case on Compensation for Takings

  • Or maybe it's better defined as a leaseholder who refuses to attend an extraordinary meeting of their stucco mansion block's management committee when the agenda includes an item entitled: 'How can we evict that 80-year-old regulated tenant on the top floor and enhance the value of our building?

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • He said a long-term leaseholder would be able to reshape the facade of the building and could change the name of the Takashimaya building to that of the new tenant.

    Forever 21 in Temporary Home on Fifth Avenue

  • However, satisfaction is low is some areas, such as leaseholder services, and the response to complaints is weak. "

    British Blogs

  • Riegg meticulously reviewed the lease terms, but Strauss warned that she should also be conscious of potential "pitfalls" from working closely with the primary leaseholder.

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  • Visitors to the blog of Ian Bone, the founder of Class War, discuss this: Surely the definition of an 'anarchist' in Belgravia is a leaseholder with less than 70 years left to run on his lease who can't afford to enfranchise; or perhaps a leaseholder who has to actually live in his flat rather than renting it out and living in Venice.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • The leaseholder on this office ceased to exist a few minutes ago.

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  • BP is the largest leaseholder in the deep-water gulf, an area that has yielded some of its most significant oil discoveries in recent years.

    BP to Sell Some Gulf Of Mexico Assets

  • Permission is required from the landowner or leaseholder before you may hunt on any farm lands or connected wood lots or on any posted private lands.

    Can a land owner force you out of a public stream?

  • Assuming that to be the case, imagine what happens if we make the government compensate the leaseholder.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Important Case on Compensation for Takings


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