vacant possession Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"vacant possession" in British English

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vacant possessionnoun [U]

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the ​fact that no one is ​living in or using a ​house or ​property at the ​moment when someone ​buys it
(Definition of vacant possession from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"vacant possession" in Business English

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vacant possessionnoun [U]

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PROPERTY a ​situation in which someone ​buying a ​house or ​land can ​start to use it immediately because it is not being lived in or used at the ​time of the ​sale: The ​flat is ​offered for ​sale with ​vacantpossession. The London Development Agency took ​vacantpossession of the ​land in 2007.
(Definition of vacant possession from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “vacant possession”
in Chinese (Simplified) 空房(或空地)的合法占用…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空房(或空地)的合法佔用…
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