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English definition of “tenant at will”

tenant at will

noun [C]
( plural tenants at will )
LAW, PROPERTY a tenant who is renting a building, etc. legally and with the owner's permission but without a formal agreement: If you are a tenant at will, the landlord can end the tenancy, but must give you notice.
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