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Word: tenancy

Definition: possession of land or building by rent; period of a tenant's occupancy


Sentences Containing 'tenancy'

Forty-four years later, in 1698, as can be seen in a tenancy agreement, there were four Electoral estates at Oberstadtfeld: the Achterhof, the Hühnerhof, the Hundswinklerhof and the Heinenhof.
From 1503 comes a tenancy agreement with Pyrmont dealing with the mill; it was still using Pyrmont measurements up until 1780.
Further documents dealing with tenancy agreements with the Lords of Castle Pyrmont come from 1392, 1447 and 1460.
However, Carrefour had pulled out of the store within two years and it was taken over by Gateway Foodmarkets, whose tenure of the store was similarly short; by 1990 they had withdrawn from the store and it was taken over by Asda, who have held the store's tenancy ever since.
In 1128, the nascent national Egas Moniz, had his tenancy in Lamego while his residence was in Britiande, as master of the Riba–Douro, between Paiva and Távora (in addition to the lands of Côa).
In 1594, the mill was in the tenancy of Thomas Thorpe, son of John Thorpe.
In 1830 the Duke of Bedford built a new flower market at Covent Garden, and Sinclair took up a tenancy with his partner, John Cormack, in one of the conservatories there.
In his 1775 will, he gave them life tenancy in the house upon his death: "In the name of God Amen, I, Richard Taliaferro of the Parish and county of James City, being aged, but of sound mind and memory, do make my last will and testament as forth with.
It is the oldest deaf children's charity in the north west of England and it operates Royal School Manchester and Royal College Manchester, as well as children and adult care and residential homes including a supported tenancy.
Those cases involved questions of denial of tenancy or eviction in governmental housing projects.
Three institutions were created to carry out the land distribution program: the "Instituto Nacional de Tierras" ("National Land Institute"), which oversees land tenancy; the "Instituto Nacional de Desarrollo Rural" ("National Rural Development Institute"), which oversees aid to farmers, including technical expertise and equipment, and the "Corporación de Abastecimiento y Servicios Agrícolas" ("Agricultural Corporation of Supplies and Services"), to help with marketing.

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