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tenancy

1. the temporary possession or holding by a tenant of lands or property owned by another
2. the period of holding or occupying such property
3. property held or occupied by a tenant

tenancy

Occupation by one with less than a fee interest in property, e.g., a tenancy for life, or a tenancy for a term of years. The latter type of tenancy usually is created by lease.
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There is no indication in Judge Shriar's brief decision whether or not she thought there was no duty of good faith owed on the facts before her, or whether she thought there was no duty of good faith owed by any landlord to any tenant in the residential tenancies context.
39) Tenancies in common developed as the natural consequence of the stringent unity requirements for joint tenancies; if a transfer of property lacked one or more of the unities required for a joint tenancy, a tenancy in common could form.
Original plans considered by Housing Minister Grant Shapps would have limited some tenancies to two years.
Landlords with existing common law tenancies who took a deposit before April 2007 won't be required to protect it until a new tenancy agreement is issued.
Assured tenancies, as distinct from assured short-hold tenancies, make it very difficult for landlords needing to recover possession of their property.
The Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies England and Wales) Order 2003 is the most radical amendment of this legislation since it was introduced 50 years ago.
SCOTTISH Secure Tenancies and Short SSTs were introduced in September 2002.
This first solution would be to eliminate tenancies by the entirety completely.
The great positive I still see for our county is that we still maintain numerous growth tenancies like AN, Fuji, Blue Sky, Cityscape, Swiss RE, Nine West, MasterCard, Transameric, MBIA, and Triarc, which will continue to fuel our continued growth and absorption.
2518-2 (c)(4)(ii) provides a special rule with respect to joint tenancies between spouses and tenancies by the entirety in real property created after 1976 but prior to 1982.
Tenancies in common can be used to avoid or reduce inheritance tax that might become due on the surviving partner's estate.
The Liberal National Government is considering a State-wide rollout of its probationary tenancies initiative.