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Encyclopedia > Tenant

A tenant (from the Latin tenere, to hold), in legal contexts, holds real property by some form of title from a landlord.

Various forms of tenancy exist, or have existed in the past. These include:

  • socage
  • tenancy for life
  • tenancy for years
  • tenancy from year to year

This article incorporates text from the public domain 1911 Encyclopędia Britannica.

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Landlord-Tenant Handbook: Other Important Laws (4353 words)
A tenant may not seek or receive a delay based on hardship if the tenant is causing a nuisance of seriously endangers the safety of other residents, their property, or the landlord's property.
The landlord should notify the tenant of the date and approximate time the officer is scheduled to remove the tenant and his or her personal property from the premises.
Still, if the new tenant does not pay the rent, or if he or she damages the unit or leaves before the lease is up, the original tenant will be responsible to the landlord for any damages or unpaid rent.
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