Owner or lessor of buildings for assemblage liable for gross misdemeanor.
Observe the lessor—a benevolent, dignified, but cautious person!
By the common law the lessor was not required to make repairs.
Of course this may be forbidden, and often is by the lessor, without his consent.
An estate at will is where land is let to another, to hold at the will of the lessor.
By a lease of real property, the lessor grants but a portion of what he possesses.
The latter was soon turned out, and thereupon brought an action upon the covenant against the executor of the lessor.
Perhaps he is a decent sort of worm, but the lessor had better look out for him.
As in England there were greater and lessor barons, so in Moldo-Wallachia there were greater and lesser boyards.
To say of a man that he leases certain premises leaves it doubtful whether he is lessor or lessee.