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A person's death,
  1. Convey or grant (an estate) by will or lease

  2. Transmit (a sovereign's title) by death or abdication

  1. A person's death
    • - Mr. Grisenthwaite's tragic demise
  2. The end or failure of an enterprise or institution
    • - the demise of industry
  3. Conveyance or transfer of property or a title by demising

  1. death: the time when something ends; "it was the death of all his plans"; "a dying of old hopes"
  2. transfer by a lease or by a will
  3. Demise is an Anglo-Norman legal term (from French démettre, from Latin dimittere, to send away) for a transfer of an estate, especially by lease. The word has an operative effect in a lease implying a covenant "for quiet enjoyment".
  4. Demise is the second full-length album by Nachtmystium.
  5. Demise (James Spector) is a fictional character from the Wild Cards book series. He was created by Walton Simons, and first appeared in the story "If Looks Could Kill" in Wild Cards II: Aces High.
  6. The Demise are a 4-piece Irish punk rock band from Limerick City, Ireland and are also the founding members of the mangaboy¦records music collective in Limerick City. They have been playing shows and recording music since 2004. ...
  7. The conveyance or transfer of an estate, either in fee for life or for years, most commonly the latter; Transmission by formal act or conveyance to an heir or successor; transference; especially, the transfer or transmission of the crown or royal authority to a successor; Death; end (less ...
  8. A transfer of an estate for years, for life, or at will.
  9. The transfer of a leasehold interest.
  10. (1) Death. (2) To transfer title to property or an interest in property by will or lease.
  11. A lease or conveyance for life or years. Loosely used to describe any conveyance, whether in fee, for life, or for years.
  12. To lease a property, office, suite, apartment for a specified period of time.
  13. Death. A conveyance of property, usually of an interest in land. Originally meant a posthumous grant but has come to be applied commonly to a conveyance that is made for a definitive term, such as an estate for a term of years. ...
  14. All those premises known as XXXXX and each and every part thereof forming part of the building together with all landlords fixtures and fittings and the conducting media therein.
  15. Subject to the provisions, covenants and agreements herein contained, Landlord hereby leases and demises to Tenant, and Tenant hereby leases from Landlord, the Demised Premises as hereinafter defined, for the Lease Term as hereinafter defined, subject to existing covenants, conditions, ...
  16. To convey by will or lease an estate either ‘in Fee’ i.e. hereditarily, or for a term.
  17. 1. Strictly speaking, this is synonymous with a lease and means the granting of a right to the exclusive possession of property for a term less than that held by the grantor. 2. Colloquially used to signify the premises demised, i.e. ...
  18. a death, especially of a person in a lofty position
  19. Conveyance of a rental estate. A synonym for the verb "Rent".
  20. The legal term for the granting of a Lease.
  21. when something dies out or ends
  22. Décès (juridical term)