statutory protection conferred on tenants restricting the rights of landlords to obtain possession of the premises let. In the case of residential tenancies, a court order is required before possession can be enforced.
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.
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.
QWHAT AUNDER English law, you can only have one freehold property on each piece of land so leasehold was adopted as a way of getting round this problem in order to give flatdwellers a degree of security of tenure.
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.
Internal displacement is likely to continue amid insecurity, the study warned, stressing the need for framing a policy for urban development to provide proper housing, security of tenure and access to essential services for IDPs.