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Many examples of this type of small leaseholder come from the west of England.
Normally he is a leaseholder, sometimes for life, more usually for a period of years ranging from twenty-one to eighty.
The interest of the customary tenant, therefore, virtually depreciated to the level of that of a leaseholder.
This did not suit a certain Major Thornhill, a relative and leaseholder, and thereupon a pretty plot was hatched.
The free tenant was neither a yearly tenant, nor a leaseholder.
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In many instances the Devonshire leaseholder, usually only a life-lease holder, built badly and on indifferent foundations.
Another fashion in which grievous injustice to the leaseholder can be done is frequently illustrated.
Most former electors and every leaseholder and every copyholder were now excluded.

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