rent-roll


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rent-roll

(rĕnt′rōl′)
n.
See rental.

rent-roll

n
1. (Law) a register of lands and buildings owned by a person, company, etc, showing the rent due and total amount received from each tenant
2. the total income arising from rented property
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Noun1.rent-roll - a register of rents; includes the names of tenants and the amount of rent they pay
register, registry - an official written record of names or events or transactions
References in classic literature ?
Adam was not the only guest invited to come upstairs on other grounds than the amount he contributed to the rent-roll. There were other people in the two parishes who derived dignity from their functions rather than from their pocket, and of these Bartle Massey was one.
"Strike while the iron's hot, you know--while she's fresh to the town: in a few weeks some d fellow from the West End will come in with a title and a rotten rent-roll and cut all us City men out, as Lord Fitzrufus did last year with Miss Grogram, who was actually engaged to Podder, of Podder & Brown's.
I would advise her blackaviced suitor to look out: if another comes, with a longer or clearer rent-roll,--he's dished--"