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Leasehold   /lˈishˌoʊld/   Listen
Leasehold

noun
1.
Land or property held under a lease.






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"Leasehold" Quotes from Famous Books



... laws of New Zealand during the sixteen years since 1882 have not, however, centred round the limitation of the right of purchase, or insistence on improvements, so much as round the respective advantages of freehold and perpetual leasehold, and round the compulsory repurchase of private land for settlement. Roughly speaking, the political party which has taken the name of Liberal has urged on the adoption of the perpetual lease as the main or ...
— The Long White Cloud • William Pember Reeves

... the Duchess of Argyll, defrayed the cost of the purchase of the leasehold of this charming Home. The lady-Officer in charge informed me that the object of the establishment is to take in women who have or are about to have illegitimate children. It is not, however, a lying-in Home, the ...
— Regeneration • H. Rider Haggard



Words linked to "Leasehold" :   estate, landed estate, demesne, land, acres



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