Land tenant

LAND TENANT. He who actually possesses the land. He is technically called the terre-tenant. (q.v.)

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The accompanying grave goods, hundreds of amber beads, gold and bronze fragments, were divided up between them and the land tenant.
JAFZ maintains a diverse portfolio of land tenants in terms of industry sector and geographic base segments.
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Locke said Uptown Development has been able to land tenants even in a down economy because of the location of its properties.
Park) to make sure he still has that passion for the competition he is facing to land tenants.
I met a man while in the Scilly Isles last week and he told me that all the land tenants on Prince Charles' farms were to get a piece of the cake' I collect many things and thought this was a great item to put on display in the hotel.
Loud music, persistent shouting and arguing, door slamming, dog barking and fouling, offensive or drunken behaviour, rubbish dumping and not controlling children can land tenants in trouble.
EXISTING LAND TENANTS MAY BE UNWILLING TO EXTEND THEIR LEASE TERMS OR TO INCREASE THEIR RENTS AND/OR HRPT MAY BE UNABLE TO FIND NEW TENANTS.
Some of the land tenants have borrowed money secured by their leasehold interests to develop their leaseholds or operate their businesses, but all of these tenant leasehold mortgages are subordinated to HRPT's land ownership.
GENERALLY MAKE THE LAND TENANTS RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATING
Because the Damon Estate lands are triple net leased, the land tenants, not the land owner, are primarily responsible for environmental issues affecting the lands.
Some of the land tenants have borrowed money secured by their leasehold interest to develop their leaseholds or operate their businesses, but all of these tenant leasehold mortgages will be subordinated to HRPT's land ownership.