lessee lessee  /lɛ ˈsi/


  • (n) a tenant who holds a lease


  1. Under Waters' plan, the lessee gets a brand-new car with radio and heater for a $50 deposit, pays an average rental of $72 a month, tax deductible if the car is used for business.
  2. They were employed by the saucer's lessee, Promoter Rickard.
  3. So lessee, a president who yapped about wanting to lead a national conversation on race comments on a racially-charged incident without knowing all the facts.


  1. McLaren Rent-All has new manager

    OWOSSO TWP. — When the McLaren family took over McLaren Rent-All again after a five-year lessee didn’t renew, Matthew McLaren decided to make the equipment rental store his baby.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Argus-Press

  2. Renter Woes: This week's Tenant Troubles deals with...

    This week's Tenant Troubles deals with the uncomfortable situation of a landlord not being happy about a live-in caretaker watching over a rental while the lessee is a nursing facility. Head over to the SF Appeal to read what legal...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Curbed SF


  1. "The public's safety and health is paramount and important to us as well. We are interested in safety. On the other hand, it's frustrating to be held responsible for contamination that was done by the lessee, Chem-Wood, 19 years later," said...
    on Dec 17, 2008 By: Winston Churchill Source: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

  2. As Justice Scalia noted, "The lessee believed it had the right to do this without the lessors' consent, but was unwilling to drop the wrecking ball first and test its belief later. : One of the co-lessors had disagreed with the lessee's...
    on Feb 21, 2007 By: Antonin Scalia Source: Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

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