leasehold possession

leasehold possession
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leasehold possession UK US noun [U] UK LAW, PROPERTY
a situation in which a person, company, etc. rents, rather than owns, a property
Compare FREEHOLD POSSESSION(Cf. ↑freehold possession)

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