freehold

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The tenure of property held in fee simple for life
{n} land held in or by perpetual right
a free tenure, distinct from leasehold, in which the owner has the maximum rights permissible within the tenure system Back to top
{i} absolute ownership of property; property under absolute ownership
The term used to describe ownership of both the property and the land on which it stands Most houses are sold with the land which is usually freehold, whereas many flats are sold with a lease which was issued by the freeholder (or the owner of the land) to the original leaseholder The flat is then effectively owned by the leaseholder for an agreed period of time
The holding of land without the need for manorial labour service It could be held by Knight's Service, (a proportion of the fee to provide a Knight to serve the King), or Scutage, (the payment of a fixed rent) There were two types of freehold That held Fee Simple could be disposed of at the wishes of the owner, fee entail (fee tail)where an estate was bequeathed under a strict succession order
A special right granting the full use of real property for an indeterminate time It differs from leasehold, which allows possession for a limited time There are varieties of freehold such as fee simple and fee tail If someone owns land which is freehold no one else has any rights over the land
A special right granting the full use of real estate for an indeterminate time It differs from leasehold, which allows possession for a limited time There are varieties of freehold such as fee simple and fee tail
tenure by which land is held in fee simple or for life an estate held in fee simple or for life
If you have the freehold of a building or piece of land, it is yours for life and there are no conditions regarding your ownership. People owning leasehold homes will be given a new right to buy the freehold of their property
tenure by which land is held in fee simple or for life
Land or property which is owned outright, as opposed to leasehold where the owner has the right to occupy the land or property for a given period of years only See also: Feuhold
This is where you own the property and the land it is on
This refers to land or property which is owned indefinitely Leasehold property only gives the owner a right to hold for a limited period of time Full Status - This refers to a mortgage where full credit checks and information has been sourced on the borrower
An estate in real property, of inheritance (in fee simple or fee tail) or for life; or the tenure by which such estate is held
In general parlance this is used as shorthand for the tenure of an estate in fee simple absolute in possession Strictly speaking, however freehold includes fee sample, entailed interests and tenancies for life
{s} of absolute ownership, of permanent ownership
Ownership with absolute rights in perpetuity
An owner's interest in land where the property belongs to its owner
Refers to the ownership status of a parcel of land Freehold land is privately owned by an individual or company (not owned by the Crown)
This is when you own the property as well as the land it is built on
Estates uncertain or unlimited in their duration
Outright ownership of the property and the land on which it stands Further advance - An additional loan by the lender to the borrower usually secured by an existing mortgage deed
ownership of land or ownership of land and a building or house
This is when you own the property and the land it is on [top]
an absolute right to land is known as a freehold interest in the land - that is to say no one has a better right to the land in question It is often known as a right in fee simple
Ownership of the house and the land on which it stands
The ownership of a tract of land on which the building(s) are located The oldest and most common typed of ownership of real estate
An estate in real property which continues for an indefinite period of time Freehold estates may be inheritable or non-inheritable Inheritable estates include the fee simple absolute, the qualified fee, and the fee tail Noninheritable estates include various life estates which are created by acts of parties, such as an ordinary life estate, or by operation of law, such as dower and curtesy
This refers to the property and the land on which it is situated
an estate held in fee simple or for life
This means that you own the property outright, as opposed to leasehold where you own the rights to occupy a property for a specified period of time
If a building or piece of land is freehold, you can own it for life. The property register will also say whether the property is freehold or leasehold. when you completely own a building or piece of land for an unlimited time leasehold. In Anglo-American law, ownership of a substantial interest in real property (see real and personal property) held for an indefinite period. The term originally designated the owner of an estate held in free tenure, who possessed, under the Magna Carta, the rights of a free man. Today a freehold is distinguished from a leasehold, a contract to hold real property for a specified period. See also copyhold, fee, landlord and tenant
As opposed to leasehold A right to or interest in property
This is when you own the property and the land it is on
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A person who holds tenure by freehold
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{n} a person possessed of a freehold
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A freeholder is someone who owns the freehold to a particular piece of land. an owner of freehold land or property leaseholder
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{i} one who has lifetime ownership of a property (Law)
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The possessor of a freehold
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the owner of a freehold
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plural of freeholder
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plural of freehold
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