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leasehold

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈliːshəʊld/ US   /-hoʊld/ LAW, PROPERTY
the right to live in or use a building, piece of land, etc. for a particular period of time as agreed in a lease: He has bought the long leasehold on a 100,000 square foot listed building.buy/hold/sell the leasehold The company sold the leasehold of the site for £340,000 last month. →  Compare freehold noun
Translations of “leasehold”
in Chinese (Traditional) (居住或使用房屋、土地等的)租賃權…
in Chinese (Simplified) (居住或使用房屋、土地等的)租赁权…
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