An owner of property who rents it to another party, called a tenant. also called lessor.
The lord of a manor, or of land; the owner of land or houses which he leases to a tenant or tenants.
The master of an inn or of any form of lodging house; as, the landlord collects the rents on the first of the month.
The person who owns the place you are renting.
The lessor or the owner of leased real property.
The persons from whom another holds tenancy.
The person who leases property; the owner of the property. Back to the Top
An owner of leased real estate.
The owner of land or houses rented to someone else.
The owner of a seigniory, or large grant of land. Back to the Top
One who owns property and leases it to a tenant.
a person or entity who offers property for rent or lease to other parties.
A person who owns a property and lets it out to tenants who pay rent in exchange for the right to reside in the home.
The party (usually the owner) who gives the lease (right to possession) in return for a consideration (rent).
a landowner who leases to others
a person or a company that owns a rental unit
a person or business firm in control of property who allows others to occupy and use it
a term that is centuries old and refers back to the times when land was owned by noble families whose workers tenanted cottages on their estates
Most people know what this means. A Landlord is any person who leases out a property that they own to tenants. Landlords are not always bastardsB , but some tend to forget that they are providing homes for people, not just trying to make money. It's always best to be on good terms with your Landlord as it reduces the likelihood of conflict.
Person responsible for the property, maybe an owner or rental agency.
owner/manager of a Pub, sometimes referred to as a Publican
He who, being the owner of an estate of land, or rental property, has leased it to another person.
One who rents or leases property to another.
This may be a single individual who owns one property in a block, or a company which owns several units in various buildings, or a major developer who owns the entire development.
A publican. Confusing as a pub landlord might actually be a tenant! The term originates from the days when an inn would provide lodgings.
owner of a property that is being rented.
owner of the premises who rents the whole or part of the premises to a tenant, includes head-tenant.
A person who rents or leases a premises he/she owns to another party. Landlords of residential premises typically own an apartment building, condominium, townhouse or house.
A person who owns the apartment and to whom rent is paid.
a business or person who owns a rental unit, and who rents or leases the rental unit to another person, called a tenant.
The persosn from whom another holds tenancy.
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The head Lessor or freeholder of a block.
The owner (the 'lessor') of land leased or rented to another called the 'tenant' or 'lessee'. A landlord is also defined as the person for the time being entitled to receive (otherwise than as agent for another) the rent paid in respect of premises by the tenant thereof. See also Tenant Close
An owner also called a "lessor", who rents out real property to a tenant, also called "lessee".
One who owns an interest in real property and has leased such interest, or a portion thereof, to another party (the Tenant). Also called a 'Lessor'.
Is a person, persons, company or body that has a formal interest in the premises and has the right to let the property.
The owner of the property the tenant is renting.
A person who rents property to another; a lessor.
Someone who owns property, and rents it out to others for money.
Someone who lets out a property to others, in return for a regular rental payment. It is the landlordâ€(tm)s responsibility to make sure that the property is well maintained and has all of the necessary safety certificates in place (such as Gas boiler checks etc).
Person who owns or holds property and leases it to someone else.
Owner of the estate and land where the crofts are situated.
The lessor or the owner of leased premises. The landlord retains a reversionary interest in the property, so that when the lease ends the property will revert to the landlord. ( See lease , lessor , lessee ) Landlord-Tenant Law Overview
Also known as "lessor". The owner of a property who allows other persons to occupy a property in exchange for periodic payments of rent.
A lessor; a landowner who has leased his or her property.
A property owner who rents it to another party called a tenant.
A person or persons (or company) who at any relevant time own, or have a formal interest in, the property that gives them the right to possession of that property.
The owner of an interest in land who, in consideration of a rent or other payment (eg. a premium), grants the right to exclusive possession of the whole or part of their land to another person for a specific or determinable period by way of a lease or tenancy.
(1) A person from whom a tenant leases land or buildings. (2) One who runs a rooming house or inn.
One who leases rights of use of real property to a tenant; informally, a party, such as a facilities department, that manages and controls space occupied by other corporate departments, whether that space is corporate-owned or leased from another party.
The owner of property that is rented to a tenant.
A property owner who allows another to use his property for a specific time and a specific amount.
The person who owns a superior right in a property. Often incorrectly referred to as the freeholder, a landlord can be an intermediate lessee who pays rent to a superior lessor (perhaps the freeholder) and collects rent from a lessee.
In general, an owner of land or an estate in land (including a leasehold estate) who lets premises to another person under a tenancy arrangement.
A land or building owner who has leased the land, the building or a part of the land or building, to another person.
One who rents property to another; a lessor. A property owner who surrenders the right to use property for a specific time in exchange for the receipt of rent.
the owner of property that is leased or rented to others.
An owner of a real estate that is leased or rented to another person who pays him a monthly fee.
One who rents property to a tenant.
a person, corporation, or a group of persons or corporations that own land or a building and rents some or all of it to someone else. The Residential Tenancies Act also includes within the definition of landlord persons such as building managers who stand in the place of the owner in dealing with the tenants.
A person firm or company which grants a lease or licence to a tenant and is accordingly responsible for the landlord's obligations under the lease. The landlord may be the owner of the freehold or a leasehold interest that permits him to underlet.
The person entitled to receive the (ground) rent from the property leased.
The owner of any real estate, such as a house, apartment building or land, that is leased or rented to another person, called the tenant.
Person or business owning property that is rented out to tenants.
Also known as the Lessor; it is the person who leases his property to another person (tenant).
One who rents property to others.
the owner of the home or apartment that rents the property out at a monthly rate.
The person from whom another holds tenancy.
A landlord, is the owner of a house, apartment, condominium, or real estate which is rented or leased to an individual or business, who is called the tenant. In the United Kingdom the manager of a public house (pub) is also called the landlord or, more formally, as the licensed victualler. A female landlord can either be called a landlady or simply landlord.