One who holds or possesses lands, or other real estate, by any kind of right, whether in fee simple, in common, in severalty, for life, for years, or at will; also, one who has the occupation or temporary possession of lands or tenements the title of which is in another; -- correlative to landlord. See Citation from Blackstone, under Tenement, 2.
One who has possession of any place; a dweller; an occupant.
To hold, occupy, or possess as a tenant.
Any person, group, or corporation who rents real property from the property owner or "landlord." The tenant also may be called the "lessee."
One who has the right of possession of another person's property under an agreement to pay rent.
The person to whom a lease is made.
One who is not the owner, but occupies real property (see Real Property) with the consent of the owner. The tenant is entitled to exclusive possession and enjoyment of the property for a specified period of time and is responsible for the payment of rent as specified in a lease.
The person granted a lease.
One who pays rent to live in a property.
The person who has temporary possession of a property.
A person that rents a real property such as house from the owner and pays him a monthly fee. After the time of the contract ends, he has the right to buy the real property if the owner wants to ...
In general, one who exclusively holds or possesses property; commonly used to refer to a lessee under a lease. A tenant's occupancy, although exclusive, is always subordinate to the rights of the owner.
One who has possession of real estate; an occupant, not necessarily a renter; the lessee under a lease. The estate or interest held is called a tenancy.
A person who owns, occupies, or possesses property.Usually, the term is used to describe only someone who has the right to an impermanent occupation or enjoyment of property (a renter or leaser).
An individual or business which has possession of and pays rent for real estate owned by another party (called the landlord). see also lease.
One who has right of possession of land by any kind of title. The word tenant used alone in modern times is used almost exclusively in the limited meaning of a tenant of a leasehold estate.
Any person in possession of real property with the owner's permission.
a person who rents his/her home from a private landlord or the local council.
someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone else; "the landlord can evict a tenant who doesn't pay the rent"
a holder of buildings or lands by any kind of title (as ownership or lease)
any occupant who dwells in a place
an equal party with the landlord
a person occupying these premises
a person who, for money, free rent, or other consideration, cares for farmland
a person who has a right of occupation under a residential tenancy agreement
a person who has the right to use and occupy rental property in accordance with a rental agreement or lease
a person who occupies and uses property owned by someone else
For most purposes this is the same as "Lessee" (See above)
If you're name is on the lease of the premises that you are renting, then you are a tenant. Your tenancy will be covered by the Residential Tenancies Act 1987.
Defined by name in the lease - this is the person renting the unit.
The party who has legal possession and use of real property belonging to another.
someone granted use of a house or apartment, and who pays a fee, known as rent
One who holds property from another by means of an agreement, incorporating the rights and obligations of each party. The holder of such property is generally called a 'tenant' or 'lessee' and the owner a 'landlord' or 'lessor'. See also Landlord Close
Under a company lease, the company is usually termed the "Tenant" whilst the employee is the "Occupant". Occasionally, Landlords may grant a personal lease which allows the individual to sign the Tenancy Agreement.
A person having the temporary use and occupancy of real property owned by another.
Any one who rents real property from the owner (landlord). The tenant may also be called the lessee.
Publican. Many publicans are essentially operating a franchise. They pay rent to the brewery as well as being tied to take their beer.
See 'landlord and tenant'
One who is given possession and use of property pursuant to a Lease. Lessee.
one who temporarily occupies a house/unit owned by another for a given period of time.
person who pays rent, money or otherwise, for the right to occupy residential premises
Any person in possession of real property with the permission of the owner.
(1) A holder of property under a lease (2) Originally, one who had the right to possession, irrespective of the title interest.
a person who rents or leases a rental unit from a landlord. The tenant obtains the right to the exclusive use and possession of the rental unit during the lease or rental period.
The occupant of a building who has been given the right to possess the building or tenant space through the execution of a lease; the lessee.
one who is given possession of real estate for a fixed period or at will.
A person who does not own a home, but instead pays rent to a landlord. This includes people living with their parents.
Person who is in possession of a property usually by way of lease.
A person who rents a property but also another name for a Lessee ie someone with a Leasehold interest in property.
Any person occupying real property with the owner's permission.
Someone who rents a property from a person or company (a landlord).
Someone who occupies property, land, or a dwelling (such as an apartment, townhouse or detached home) that is owned by another person or organization in return for the payment of rent.
A resident leasing property from a property-owner.
A person who leases a croft from a landlord.
A person who leases or rents a premises from a landlord. The premises rented is often an apartment, room or house.
A person who rents the property they live in (including council tenants and private tenants).
One who rents real estate from another and holds an estate by virtue of a lease.
A person or persons who at any relevant time have the lawful right to occupy a property, under the terms of a tenancy agreement, for which rent is usually paid.
An organization that commits contractually to occupy leased space, according to the terms of a lease contract. This term is sometimes used informally to describe an organization occupying corporate-owned space managed by a facilities department, but it is more accurate to refer to such groups as customers rather than tenants.
(1) Usually one who holds possession of real estate under a lease. (2) In a broader sense, one who holds or possesses lands and tenements by any kind of title.
Someone who rents where they live.
Temporary use of a property under the terms of a lease or other rental agreement.
a person who rents land or property from a landlord. In this guide, the term 'tenant' refers to anyone whose tenancy is covered by the Residential Tenancies Act 1987.
An individual who occupies land or tenement under a landlord.
In modern times, the term is used almost exclusively to refer to a person who holds land under a tenancy from a landlord, whether for a term of years, or under a periodical tenancy, or at will, or at sufferance. During the currency of the tenancy, a tenant is entitled to exclusive possession of the premises the subject of the tenancy against all the world, including the landlord.
An ancient term derived from "tenure", the feudal system under which land ownership was granted to someone by their lord. Today, a tenant is one who is granted temporary and exclusive use of land or a part of a building by a landlord, usually in exchange for rent. The contract for this type of legal arrangement is called a lease
In general, one who holds or possesses property, such as a life tenant or a tenant for years; commonly used to refer to a lessee under a lease.
Is one who occupies real property but does not own it.
A person, persons (company or organisation) who is entitled to occupy a property under the terms and conditions of a tenancy agreement.
(Locataire) One who holds property, houses or land owned by another, by payment of rent.
a person who pays rent to live on someone else's land
An individual or entity, such as a business, that occupies someone else's property. Note that while "tenancies" usually describe forms of property ownership, a "tenant" does not own property.
A holder of property under a lease or other rental agreement.
A person who doesn't own a piece of property but rents it from a landlord/lady to use for business, residential or any other purpose.
A person who rents property Related links: Land - Rights of Land Owners Public Housing Tenancy - Other Tenancy - Residential Tenancies Act
Under a lease or tenancy agreement, the party who is given by the landlord the right to occupy the property on an exclusive basis in return for rent. The term will include a new tenant who takes an assignment of the new tenant's interest in the lease.
the person who rents from the landlord.
One who has the temporary possession of real property owned by another (the 'Landlord'). Also called a 'Lessee'.
Individual or corporation renting a residential or office unit.
Tenant refers to a person or business in some cases that has possession of and pays a certain charge/rent for the occupation of property owned by another party.
Also known as a Lessee; it is a person who rents property under a lease contract.
One who holds or possesses land or tenements by any kind of title, either in fee, for 'life, for years, or at will. In a popular sense, the one who has temporary use and occupation of lands or tenements which belong to another, the duration and other terms of whose occupations are usually defined by a lease, while the parties thereto are placed in the relationship of landlord and tenant.
A person to whom a landlord grants temporary and exclusive use of land or a part of a building, usually in exchange for rent. The contract for this type of legal arrangement is called a lease. The word "tenant" originated under the feudal system, referring to land "owners" who held their land on tenure granted by a lord.
One who occupies land or tenement under a landlord.
One who is not the owner but occupies real property under consent of the owner and in subordination to the owner's title. The tenant is entitled to exclusive possession, use and enjoyment of the property, usually for a time and price specified in the lease.
Anyone, including a corporation, who rents real property, with or without a house or structure, from the owner (called the landlord). The tenant may also be called the "lessee.".
A person or entity who has possession of the property though a lease. A tenant also may be referred to as a lessee.
One who is not an owner but enjoys possession of a property from the owner on certain specified terms and conditions for a temporary period.