Tenants in

COMMON, TENANTS IN. Tenants in common are such as hold an estate, real or personal, by several distinct titles, but by a unity of possession. Vide Tenant in common; Estate in common.

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Changed as he was, I remembered him as one of our tenants in the by-gone time.
When commercial real estate owners lose one or two tenants out of the ten tenants in the building, the owner only loses 10-20% of their income, as opposed to losing a renter in a residential piece of real estate, where the owner would lose all of their income.
The tenants in the building appreciate his unpaid efforts.
After that, if I got rent from two tenants in one month, I considered myself lucky.
Once you have tenants in place, it's a good idea to set up an incentive for timely rent checks such as discounts for early payments or penalties for late payments--if your state allows it.
Ultimately, she and more than half the other tenants in the building would unsuccessfully attempt to have my husband and I evicted on trumpedup charges that my writers' meetings were actually wild orgies.
With headquarters in San Francisco and offices in Sonoma and Novato, California, Triton is especially adept at meeting the challenges and unique financing needs that face borrowers, including the financing of lofts, condominiums, co-ops and tenants in common.
The landlord's exact statement at this time was: ``If I wanted to make a stink about it she would do to me as she had done to her tenants in the past that did not cooperate.
OnSite Access has contracts to offer voice, data, high-speed Internet access, as well as broadband content and application services, to tenants in commercial real estate properties in 22 metropolitan markets across the United States.
Most tenants in this market have definite preferences pertaining to location, for example, New Jersey Turnpike versus the Garden State Parkway versus Route 78 access, etc.
Another example: Annual premiums ranged as low as $42 and as much as $169 for tenants in a newly constructed Seattle high-rise apartment unit with contents worth $10,000 and a $250-deductible policy.