absentee landlord


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absentee landlord

n
a landlord who does not live in or near a property from which he draws an income

ab′sentee land′lord


n.
a landlord who owns but is not resident in a property.
References in classic literature ?
Her father was organist at your own church, and a hard struggle he must have had of it, with an absentee landlord, and a congregation of seagulls, I should think.
The fruit-growers have become absentee landlords and are busy learning higher standards of living in the cities or making trips to Europe.
But if it involves something more serious like an absentee landlord, the case is likely to go on for some time.
In football, you cannot be an absentee landlord, as I fear Shahid Khan is most of the time.
We are dealing with the problem of an absentee landlord.
The landmarked Windermere apartment complex has fallen victim to neglect at the hands of an absentee landlord, its original grandeur a thing of the past.
The first four years we were care takers on 40 acres for an absentee landlord.
In other cases, an absentee landlord may not be easily located," Runner said.
We are here today to call for a stop to the slash and burn policies of this absentee landlord.
Daily rounding at the margins of a busy office schedule can, under 2001 UR pressure, approximate absentee landlord status.
If you're an absentee landlord with a property of five or more units, however, the dwelling is considered investment property.
Could a system of progressive taxation of land and/or irrigation water and with an overall higher rate for absentee landlord farms bring significant progress toward a peasant proprietorship without undue social unrest and inefficiency?