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tenure

A time period,as in the tenure of a lease.

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According to Ortiz-Luis, there are many provisions in the SB are inconsistent with the fundamental legal and constitutional principles and doctrines on contracting and security of tenure.
While there remain controversial elements of the Bill, such as rent control areas and general security of tenure, it is encouraging to see the Scottish Government listening to the property industry.
We had a mortgage on a pair of flats in the 1960s, living in one and the other being occupied by tenants under the Fair Rent Act with security of tenure.
Lord Napier's Royal Commission, through their brave examination of all of the facts, exposed decades of disgraceful oppression by the few upon the many and led to the first of the Acts, which gave crofters the security of tenure they deserved.
Security of tenure in our country actually belongs to an average performer or a non performer," she said.
He urged the Commission to come out with concrete recommendations to ensure security of tenure of service of the government's servants so that they can work without fear or favour.
It was only after five years of hard negotiations, in which Johnson played a key part, that on-course bookmakers now have commercial agreements that give security of tenure for at least the next 40 years.
They would, after all, be buying into the sport knowing their chosen vehicle had a certain amount of security of tenure in the competition which has the highest profile and attracts the most media attention.
With growing urbanization - by 2025, more Africans will live in a city or a town than a village - Amnesty said citizens must have legal protection and security of tenure, a current major block to development in slum areas.
It also had long term security of tenure and a "significant" Marine Office and radio site.
The financial institution stated that South Africa is becoming increasingly less attractive as a mining destination, as a result of rising real costs, decreasing security of tenure over mineral rights and the growing threat of nationalisation, combined with a strong rand currency.
A If your father moved in before 15th January 1989 he may well have security of tenure under the Rent Act.

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