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tenure

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

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(It's worth 19 years of work...the security of tenure is really the mother of all bills because everyone's been waiting for it and it was a campaign promise.
The new version will be a balance between the security of tenure and the viability of employers
Performance does not assure security of tenure. In fact minimum performance assures you because you are not disturbing anything.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf on Thursday said that security of tenure of government servants during service is a critical element in improving efficiency, good governance and better service delivery.
What really concerns me most about this issue is that annually an estimated 70,000 disabled, frail and vulnerable elderly people in the UK are being forced to sell their 'often life-time', beloved homes where they have legal security of tenure, to go into care homes, ' where they have no such legal security of tenure, and as the law stands, no redress against these nationwide continued, shameful, cruel and brutal life-threatening care home evictions - talk about double whammy!
"Nearly 40 per cent of gypsies and travellers live on sites provided by local authorities and they have suffered grievously from the lack of security of tenure.
The bookmakers argued that they held their pick positions in perpetuity, while the racecourses, through their trade association, countered that "no such security of tenure was given".
He stressed, however, that there were strong arguments against removing tenants' security of tenure.
The official state media said President Robert Mugabe described the first leases as a landmark in his redistribution programme that would improve farm production by giving new farmers security of tenure.
l NORTH-WEST businesses could see commercial rents rise sky high when proposed reforms make it easier to waive security of tenure at the end of a commercial lease, according to law firm Kippax Beaumont Lewis (KBL).
The crisis impinges on all who are privately renting accommodation and facing rising rents with little security of tenure.
The two immediate issues are security of tenure and contractualization.

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