tenancy at will

Definition of "tenancy at will"
  1. A type of lease where a tenant occupies a property with the landlord's consent, but without a predefined period or formal agreement, and can be ended by either party upon giving proper notice
How to use "tenancy at will" in a sentence
  1. The property owner agreed to a tenancy at will, allowing the tenant to occupy the premises until further notice.
  2. He was living in the apartment under a tenancy at will, having moved in immediately after the previous tenant left.
  3. A tenancy at will arrangement may be beneficial when the tenant needs flexibility in their living arrangements.

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