sitting tenant


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sitting tenant

a tenant occupying a house, flat, etc.
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It states:"Viewfield Rovers confirmed it desired to remain in occupation as the sitting tenants.
Based on the above, any sitting tenant could have denied paying a rent hike, if requested by the landlord.
It transpires that Mathias cannot sell the apartment until Mathilde, the sitting cannot sell the apartment until Mathilde, the sitting tenant, dies because of an ancient property rule of tenant, dies because of an ancient property rule of "viager", which also stipulates that he must pay her a "viager", which also stipulates that he must pay her a monthly fee of 2,400 euros.
AT HOME Vera HOUSE PROUD McClare, 90 SWINGING Her kids at play BIG DAY With taxi driver hubby Bill SITTING TENANT Daughter Lindsey
This has resulted in them buying a property with a sitting tenant who has rights to stay there for a long time.
They got a great jump at the last." The concluding race, the Grade 2 bumper, produced another 66-1 shocker with Sitting Tenant getting the better of well-regarded 2-1 favourite Lidar, who had struggled to find a way out in the home straight.
A Grade II-listed cottage in Falmouth (pounds 110,000-plus) might be viewed as a longterm investment - because a sitting tenant on a regulated tenancy paying nearly pounds 4,700 a year could hold the fort for most of the next 30 years.
Also this week, Nicola's not happy when Donald and Miles move in with her, and Viv tries to sell Tug Ghyll, but doesn't count on naked sitting tenant Eli refusing to budge.
In a first-of-its kind court case, a would-be tenant has successfully sued a sitting tenant for failing to get out of a space in time.
Picture: CARTWRIGHT/ CARROLL; ON THE MOVE: Steve clears out garage; SITTING TENANT: Steve throws out old chair; ABUSE: Steve and fiancee Lucy
It transpires that Mathias cannot sell the apartment until Mathilde, the sitting tenant, dies because of an ancient property rule of "viager", which also stipulates that he must pay her a monthly fee of 2,400 euros.
The Potters rented Eastwood in 1893 from the then sitting tenant, Atholl McGregor, and Beatrix spent a very productive summer studying and painting.