freehold freehold  /f ˈri ˌhoʊld/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) an estate held in fee simple or for life
  2. (n) tenure by which land is held in fee simple or for life

Usage(s):

  1. Most other freehold farmers in Queensland worked the same way.
  2. Most other freehold farmers in Queensland worked the same way.
  3. As the old freehold farming class lost its lands to the big owners of the latifundia, the productivity of the soil decreased.

News

  1. UPPER FREEHOLD: Township honors company's milestone

    UPPER FREEHOLD Township officials lauded Allentown Inc., a local company celebrating its 45th anniversary in the community.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Messenger-Press

  2. Freehold youth council earns open space grant

    FREEHOLD — The Freehold Borough Youth Government Council now has the means to make improvements to Veterans Park, Schanck Street. The youth council proposed the Veterans Park improvements in 2012. The Borough Council pursued a Monmouth County open space grant and recently learned the municipality would receive $135,000. read more
    on June 18, 2013     Source: News Transcript

  3. Nestlé upgrades in Freehold will add Clasico production

    By CLARE MARIE CELANO Staff Writer FREEHOLD — A plan to return the craft of bottling to the Nestlé USA plant on Jerseyville Avenue will secure the future of the facility in Freehold for a long time, according to plant manager Iain Reed. read more
    on June 18, 2013     Source: News Transcript

Quotes

  1. "It's not about, I don't believe, compensation. It's not about freehold title, but is about their mana being restored," Key said.
    on Jul 6, 2009 By: John Key Source: Stuff.co.nz

  2. "Given my relationship with the landlord, it's very, very difficult to negotiate a deal," said Jordan. "I have used the structure - unbeknown to Ron, I suspect - to purchase the freehold, which we exchanged on Friday last week. It now puts me...
    on Oct 10, 2006 By: Simon Jordan Source: guardian.co.uk

  3. "The majority of our estate is freehold, which provides us with a considerable degree of operational flexibility. We believe that owning our own properties is essential if we are to remain competitive and deliver sustainable growth," said Morrison.
    on May 24, 2007 By: Sir Ken Morrison Source: Retail Week (subscription)

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