A tenancy in which a person holds or occupies real estate with permission of the owner, for a term of unspecified or uncertain durations, i.e. there is no fixed term to the tenancy.
A holding of real estate without agreement or fixed term of possession that can be terminated at the will of either the lessor or lessee.
A right to occupy property for an indefinite term that is created by the owner or person in lawful possession giving permission to another person to occupy the property. Terminating a tenancy at will requires the same legal procedure as terminating a month-to-month tenancy.
tenancy arrangement in which one party (the tenant) occupies real estate with the permission of the owner, for an unspecified period of time.
A tenancy for an indefinite period which may be terminated at the will of either the lessee or the lessor.
a tenancy which has no stated duration and which may be terminated at any time by either party
A license to use or occupy a property at the will of the owner.
The lease of real estate that may be canceled at the will of either the landlord or the tenant, usually with notice.... read full article
One wherein the landlord agrees that the tenant may stay in possession after expiration of the lease and pay rent for the time the space is occupied, until either landlord or tenant desires to terminate the tenancy.
Form of tenancy created by written agreement in which the landlord may evict the tenant at any time.
A holding of real estate that can be terminated at the will of either the lessor or the lessee, usually with notice.
A tenancy in which a person is in possession of real estate with the permission of the owner, for a term of unspecified or uncertain duration, as when an owner permits a tenant to occupy a property until it is sold.
A license to use or occupy lands and buildings at the will of the owner. The tenant may decide to leave the property at any time or must leave at the landlord¹s will. Agreement may be oral or written.
A license to occupy or use lands and buildings at the will of the landlord.
Tenancy at Will can be defined as an agreement, wherein one party occupies the real estate for an unspecified period of time with permission from the owner.
A type of tenancy where a person has possession by permission of the owner but without an agreement for a fixed term.