tenancy


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Related to tenancy: tenancy in common, tenancy at will, tenancy by the entirety, Tenancy for years, Joint Tenancy With Right of Survivorship

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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Deductions from tenancy deposits: Your landlord should not make any deductions from your tenancy deposit for correcting normal wear and tear or because you did something the landlord didn't approve of.
This section states: (1) if a tenancy deposit has been paid in connection with a shorthold tenancy, no Section 21 notice may be given in relation to the tenancy at a time when- (a) the deposit is not being held in accordance with an authorised scheme.
The municipality is all set to launch an awareness campaign to educate the public about the tenancy law and tenants' rights.
Abu Dhabi: Long waiting periods to get tenancy contracts attested at the Abu Dhabi Municipality is irking residents.
Northern Ireland's largest deposit protection scheme has protected over 22,000 tenancy deposits worth [pounds sterling]12.
Susan Fitz-Gibbon, president of the Association of Rental Letting Agents (Arla), says: "If you receive notice that your landlord is selling, the most important thing to remember is that as the tenant, your tenancy agreement remains valid.
They are the first tenant of the house, the second tenant with legal permission of the first tenant and families without any provable tenancy to these houses," he said.
RESIDENTS in Hambleton are being asked to help crack down on tenancy fraud.
A COUNCIL has apologised after a councillor was called a "tolerated trespasser" and offered him PS250 compensation following a dispute over the tenancy of his council house.
Can a landlord end a tenancy when the tenant has not done anything wrong?
Dear Clive, Can my tenant end a tenancy agreement early?
Your landlord should supply you with a written tenancy agreement, stating how much your rent is, when it is due, their contact details and specifying how long the tenancy is for.