Definitions for "Freehold"
Where both the land and the property are both owned by the purchaser.
An estate for life. A freehold estate must contain two qualities, immobility and indeterminate duration.
The highest form of estate in land and the nearest the law allows a real property owner to approach complete ownership. A freehold estate is one which is of unlimited duration, that is to say, it cannot be said of an estate of freehold at the time of its creation when it will come to an end. Thus an estate for life is a freehold estate, as, when it is created, while it is clear that it must come to an end with the death of a life tenant, as the person to enjoy for life is called, no one can say for certain when it will end.
Keywords:  perpetuity, valid, title
A title which is valid for perpetuity.
Keywords:  foot, front
Front Foot
Keywords:  fire, certificate
Fire certificate