A person, esp. a man, who rents land, a building, or an apartment to a tenant
A person who owns or runs a boardinghouse, inn, or similar establishment
a landowner who leases to others
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 a tenant (also a lessee or renter). When a juristic person is in this position, the term landlord is used. Other terms include lessor and owner. ...
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(The Landlords) The Landlords were an early hardcore punk band from Charlottesville, Virginia, United States.Strong, Martin C. (2003) The Great Indie Discography, Canongate, ISBN 1-84195-335-0, p. ...
a person who owns and rents land such as a house, apartment, or condo; the owner or manager of a public house; A shark, imagined as the owner of the surf to be avoided
(LANDLORDS) Protects residential property owners in the event of damage to their property by tenants.
The lessor or the owner of leased premises. The landlord retains a reversion interest in the property so that when the lease ends the property will revert to the landlord.
An owner, also called "lessor," that rents out real property to a tenant, also called "lessee."
He who, being the owner of an estate of land, or rental property, has leased it to another person.
A property owner who rents property to a 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.
Person who allows use of his property by another in exchange for rent and subject to conditions set out in an agreement.
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.
The party (usually the owner) who gives the lease (right to possession) in return for a consideration (rent).
The person from whom another holds tenancy.
The person who controls, operates, or owns the property.
(1) A person from whom a tenant leases land or buildings. (2) One who runs a rooming house or inn.
The owner of a leased property
The person from whom you rent your property, usually when you’re living in a student house in your second/third years.
English statute of 1290 that abolished subinfudation
A person or company who owns apartments or houses and rents them to people to live in. A landlord can also be called a lessor.
The owner of a seigniory, or large grant of land.
Person, people or organisation with a 'formal interest' in the property and the right to let it to tenants.