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tenancy

The right of possession to real property; may refer to a leasehold interest or any ownership interest.

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John Lee, chief executive, said he "fundamentally disagreed" with fixed-term tenancies.
However, private landlords can still choose to offer ``old'' assured and short assured tenancies.
Without tenancies by the entireties, bankrupt debtors would look to the homestead exemption to protect real estate.
In a recent speech to the Fabian Society, Labour leader MP Ed Miliband pledged to protect the rights of private renters by committing to introducing more long-term tenancies.
This is a document for all social housing providers which sets out the framework within which providers should be granting tenancies.
The report shows that over the first five years there has been only a marginal rise in the percentage of tenancies ending with a dispute over the amount of deposit to be returned and it shows that the prime reasons behind disputes have remained largely unchanged except for disputes over damage and decoration.
Most FBTs have, up until now, been for shorter terms, however as we are now seeing longer-term tenancies for complete farms coming in this can only improve the letting market.
Now Arthur Morgan, Sinn Fein spokesperson on the Environment, Heritage and Local Government says this reinforces the logic that deposits for accommodation should be held by the Residential Tenancies Board.
The Government claims the Residential Tenancies Act will bring the landlord-tenant relationship into the 21st century.
We have raised concerns that current tax law can create disincentives to both diversification and longer-term tenancies.
The residential tenancy, then, is governed by the Residential Tenancies Act.
The more prevailing reason for the owners' unwillingness to re-lease or allow tenancy buyouts is that the subleasing tenancies provide the buildings with an easily financeable opportunity.