tenantship

tenantship

(ˈtɛnəntˌʃɪp)
n
the state of being a tenant
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The tenantship with the seller will be terminated when the acquisition is concluded.
Lockwood's moves through time, both the year of his tenantship at Thrushcross Grange and the decades of his story; of Catherine's we receive only the fragments of a single day (or perhaps two).
But when it came down to the final selection of the building, Scott Engle says, the realities of tenantship suddenly manifested themselves in two of the three buildings: "We got the typical agent walking through very quickly, saying, |Oh, we can do that - we can do that,' and it just wasn't a great feeling.