leasehold property

leasehold property

property which is LEASED to a person or firm (the lessee) from its legal owners (the lessor) for an agreed period of time. Contrast FREEHOLD PROPERTY.

leasehold property

a property that is LEASED to a person or firm from its legal owners for an agreed period of time. Contrast FREEHOLD PROPERTY.
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Tenders are invited for (commercial) leasehold property no b-1/b lower ground floor property bearing no 2115-116 bank street karol bagh new delhi-110005 in the name of late sh sanjeev chaturvedi.
Flintshire MP Mark Tami People being encouraged by their house builders to use certain law firms who did not point out potential problems when purchasing a leasehold property and also companies selling freeholds on to third parties who in turn increase the ground rent payments considerably.
Jubilee Gardens residents found about the takeover through a letter from Leasehold Property Management Limited - another company of which Mr Steinhouse is a director.
Meanwhile, with a leasehold property the leaseholder owns the property for the length of their lease agreement.
The company invests in assets, consisting of an interest in freehold or leasehold property.
She offers advice in all areas of residential property from sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold property for first and second time buyers to the more complex property transactions for those seeking to add to their property portfolios.
An example of a leasehold property would be an apartment or flat.
Tower Growth Leasehold Property Fund" (CPTGF), which will invest in 30-year leasehold interests in landed property and office/shopping centre buildings in three CBD locations, namely CP Tower I (Silom), CP Tower II (Fortune Town) and CP Tower III (Phayathai), and will become Thailand's largest property fund that invests in both office buildings and shopping centres.
Administrative chapters examine how administrative tasks can be more effective and efficient, discussing issues such as taxation of public leasehold property, the use of GIS technology, and computer assisted mass appraisal.
They are concerned the "lack of regulation disproportionately hurts the most vulnerable, with 37% of leaseholders not in employment" and claim an independent regulator could cost as little as pounds 2 a year per managed leasehold property.