Base estate

BASE ESTATE, English law. The estate which base tenants had in their lands. Base tenants were a degree above villeins, the latter being compelled to perform all the commands of their lords; the former did not hold their lands by the performance of such commands. See Kitch. 41.

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The five-year contract, worth Au600m, covers the management of the naval base estate, plus warship repair, maintenance and upgrades.
The contract includes the management of the Portsmouth Naval Base estate on behalf of the Royal Navy, delivering everything that is needed to live and work on the base such as planning, engineering, hard facilities management, programme management and estates services covering energy, waterfront and logistics.
Under the five-year Au600m deal, which includes the management of the naval base estate, plus warship repair, maintenance and upgrades,