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Tenant vs. Occupier

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Tenantnoun

One who pays a fee (rent) in return for the use of land, buildings, or other property owned by others.

Occupiernoun

One who occupies, particularly with respect to a foreign government controlling the territory of another.

Tenantnoun

One who has possession of any place; a dweller; an occupant.

Occupiernoun

One who occupies, or has possession.

Tenantnoun

(legal) One who holds a property by any kind of right, including ownership.

Occupiernoun

One who follows an employment; hence, a tradesman.

‘The occupiers of thy merchandise.’;

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Tenantverb

To hold as, or be, a tenant.

Occupiernoun

someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there

Tenantverb

(transitive) To inhabit.

Occupiernoun

a member of a military force who is residing in a conquered foreign country

Tenantnoun

One who holds or possesses lands, or other real estate, by any kind of right, whether in fee simple, in common, in severalty, for life, for years, or at will; also, one who has the occupation or temporary possession of lands or tenements the title of which is in another; - correlative to landlord. See Citation from Blackstone, under Tenement, 2.

Tenantnoun

One who has possession of any place; a dweller; an occupant.

‘The hhappy tenant of your shade.’; ‘The sister tenants of the middle deep.’;

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Tenantverb

To hold, occupy, or possess as a tenant.

‘Sir Roger's estate is tenanted by persons who have served him or his ancestors.’;

Tenantnoun

someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone else;

‘the landlord can evict a tenant who doesn't pay the rent’;

Tenantnoun

a holder of buildings or lands by any kind of title (as ownership or lease)

Tenantnoun

any occupant who dwells in a place

Tenantverb

occupy as a tenant

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