tenancy


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

tenancy

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

References in periodicals archive ?
The unity of time that is present in a joint tenancy is not present in coparcenary, as when one coparcener died, her interest passed to her heirs.
Your landlord must register your deposit with a tenancy deposit scheme and should give you written confirmation.
The court fined Mr Purcell [euro]3,000 for each tenancy.
The warning comes from Landlord Assist following a report from the Tenancy Deposit Scheme which details that up to one million private sector tenants are believed to be missing out on deposit protection.
Some tenants currently have lifelong or retirement agreements but the council wants them to sign new Farming Business Tenancy agreements - 10-year rolling contracts with a break clause after five years Anglesey's FUW county officer Heidi Williams said farmers should beware of the implications, especially if they have lifetime tenancies.
However, my father says that I should get a Tenancy Agreement completed and signed.
A Unless there is a specific clause in the tenancy agreement with regard to viewing for sale, you can refuse entry to the landlady.
Many landlords in the West Midlands are failing to keep up to date with legislation regulating tenancy agreements, according to solicitors Buller Jeffries solicitors.
No, it's not a parasite, but rather an acronym for Tenancy in Common (TIC).
YOU can have an assured tenancy if you do not have a resident landlord and the accommodation is your main home.
The National Ballet of Canada has announced that it is negotiating tenancy in the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto's proposed $67 million (U.