They'd taken a house for six weeks, and at the end of her tenancy
she wrote to tell him on which day she was arriving in London.
A month's notice terminates my tenancy
. Here it is, written out.
In the last days of autumn he had whitewashed the chalet, painted the doors, windows, and veranda, repaired the roof and interior, and improved the place so much that the landlord had warned him that the rent would be raised at the expiration of his twelvemonth's tenancy
, remarking that a tenant could not reasonably expect to have a pretty, rain-tight dwelling-house for the same money as a hardly habitable ruin.
Garth got the assurance he desired, namely, that in case of Bulstrode's departure from Middlemarch for an indefinite time, Fred Vincy should be allowed to have the tenancy
of Stone Court on the terms proposed.
Owing to Evie's marriage, he had decided to give up his house in Ducie Street, and was willing to let it on a yearly tenancy
. It was a businesslike letter, and stated frankly what he would do for them and what he would not do.
Now that I was left wholly to myself, I gave notice of my intention to quit the chambers in the Temple as soon as my tenancy
could legally determine, and in the meanwhile to underlet them.
of Mr Pancks was limited to one airy bedroom; he covenanting and agreeing with Mr Rugg his landlord, that in consideration of a certain scale of payments accurately defined, and on certain verbal notice duly given, he should be at liberty to elect to share the Sunday breakfast, dinner, tea, or supper, or each or any or all of those repasts or meals of Mr and Miss Rugg (his daughter) in the back-parlour.
Vicissitude was in the very soil he tilled; even his garden was upon a yearly tenancy
, and overshadowed by a huge board that proclaimed it not so much a garden as an eligible building site.
They walked up and down the Terrace, four abreast, and fancied themselves the owners of the place, and calculated the amount of good to the world produced indubitably by such a tenancy
Succession planning is important in any business and no less so for farming businesses, especially where a tenant wishes to pass on the tenancy
to another person, normally someone in their extended family.
Under the Act, a farming tenant can be granted a tenancy
and the right for a further two successive generations to take over the tenancy
in the future.
COUNCIL tenants could be prevented from smoking in their own homes when council workmen visit, if Sandwell councillors accept changes to tenancy