estate at will

Definition of "estate at will"
  1. A type of property ownership that can be ended at any time at the discretion of another individual
How to use "estate at will" in a sentence
  1. The landlord granted the tenant an estate at will, providing flexibility as they could terminate the agreement at any time.
  2. The occupation of the vacation home was considered an estate at will, meaning it could be ended at the owner's discretion.
  3. An estate at will agreement was made, allowing the occupant to stay until the property owner decided otherwise.

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