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ten·an·cy

 (tĕn′ən-sē)
n. pl. ten·an·cies
1. Possession or occupancy of lands, buildings, or other property by title, under a lease, or on payment of rent.
2. The period of a tenant's occupancy or possession.
3. A habitation held or occupied by a tenant.

tenancy

(ˈtɛnənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
1. (Law) the temporary possession or holding by a tenant of lands or property owned by another
2. (Law) the period of holding or occupying such property
3. the period of holding office, a position, etc
4. (Law) property held or occupied by a tenant

ten•an•cy

(ˈtɛn ən si)

n., pl. -cies.
1. a holding, as of lands, by any kind of title; occupancy of land, a house, or the like, under a lease or on payment of rent; tenure.
2. the period of a tenant's occupancy.
3. occupancy or enjoyment of a position, post, situation, etc.
4. Archaic. a piece of land held by a tenant; holding.
[1570–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tenancy - an act of being a tenant or occupant
residency, abidance, residence - the act of dwelling in a place
inhabitancy, inhabitation, habitation - the act of dwelling in or living permanently in a place (said of both animals and men); "he studied the creation and inhabitation and demise of the colony"

tenancy

noun
1. lease, residence, occupancy, holding, renting, possession, occupation Check the terms of your tenancy closely.
2. period of office, tenure, incumbency, time in office Baroness Thatcher's nine year tenancy
Translations

tenancy

[ˈtenənsɪ] N (= possession, period) → tenencia f, inquilinato m; (= lease) → arriendo m, alquiler m
joint/multiple tenancyarriendo m or alquiler m conjunto/múltiple

tenancy

[ˈtɛnənsi] nlocation ftenancy agreement ncontrat m de location

tenancy

n right/conditions of tenancyMietrecht nt/-bedingungen pl; (of farm)Pachtrecht nt/-bedingungen pl; during his tenancywährend er (dort) Mieter/Pächter ist/war; period of tenancyDauer fdes Miet-/Pachtverhältnisses

tenancy

[ˈtɛnənsɪ] n (use of rented property) → locazione f, conduzione f
to have a 5 year tenancy → avere un contratto d'affitto di 5 anni
during his tenancy → durante il periodo in cui abitava
References in periodicals archive ?
Another potential financial benefit to be received by the landlord is a transfer fee paid whenever there is a market transfer (sale) of the leasehold estate to an unrelated third party or when cumulative transfers to related parties exceed a certain percentage of the leasehold estate.
TAKE NOTICE that any person having any interest in the freehold or leasehold estate of the following property: ALL THAT AND THOSE the premises known as 65 Cabra Park, Phibsboro, Dublin 7, the premises being part of the premises comprised in and demised by Indenture of Lease dated the 30th August 1900 between Charles Coates of the one part and Theresa M.
The estate contended that the properties were separate assets, one being the leasehold estate with a much higher value than the other, the reversionary estate.
Under these circumstances, if the tenant defaults under the ground lease, the tenant's lender (the "leasehold mortgagee") risks a complete loss of its collateral, since upon the landlord's resulting mination of the lease, the tenant's leasehold estate and the leasehold mortgagee's lien are "wiped out" and the improvements revert to the landlord on a free and clear basis.
While beer volumes were weaker in January and February, it stressed that the vast majority of the leasehold estate continued to perform strongly.
125% net revenue interest (NRI) in its three Crawar number two oil wells located on the North 40 acreage of the JB Tubb Leasehold Estate for USD1.
The remaining 3,000 pubs in the leasehold estate, in which landlords rent the pub and get their supplies from Punch, generated average net income per pub of about pounds 80,000 for Punch in the year to August.
2% in its managed pubs and said financial support for outlets in its leasehold estate had stabilised at around pounds 2n a month.
A stipulation that the lessee may encumber its leasehold estate (use it for collateral when obtaining financing) without having to obtain the landlord's consent.
However, a mechanic's lien may be unenforceable against a property owner if the materials are supplied on contract with a leaseholder making improvements to a leasehold estate.