leasehold leasehold  /ˈlis ˌhoʊld/

Definition(s):

  • (n) land or property held under a lease

Usage(s):

  1. When the provincial government lifted leasehold restrictions on Peace River lands in 1947, McMahon snapped up an original 300,000 acres and started prospecting.
  2. For $1,500,000 he sold his leasehold, which still has nine years to run, on his 51 West 51st Street restaurant, which he has operated since 1940.
  3. We'll be phasing out state property and establishing shareholder companies, leasehold properties, cooperative enterprises and individual employment.

News

  • Western Aircraft Breaks Ground For New Additions

    Growth Driven By Tax Exemption Bill Passed Last Year Thanks in part to the support of the Idaho legislature and Boise Airport, Western Aircraft, a Greenwich AeroGroup company, has broken ground on a 26,000 square-foot expansion on the company’s 18 acre leasehold.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Aero-News Network

Quotes

  1. "Further, all the co-owners of the leasehold interest filed documents with the US federal government clearly certifying that each would be jointly and severally liable, together with any other responsible parties, for oil spill removal costs and...
    on Jun 21, 2010 By: Tony Hayward Source: Proactive Investors USA & Canada

  2. City chairman Stephen Vaughan said last night: "We are close to finalising a deal with the owners of a 14-acre site in the Saughall area, but now another landowner in the locality has offered us a site which we could take on a leasehold basis."...
    on Apr 13, 2007 By: Stephen Vaughan Source: ic CheshireOnline

  3. "It is also necessary that we further look at the possibility of creating opportunities for leasehold above this 30 percent which can be accessed by black people for agricultural use," said Ms Didiza.
    on Jul 27, 2004 By: Thoko Didiza Source: AllAfrica.com

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