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The obligation is generally imposed upon the tenant to keep the premises in “good condition” or “tenantable repair.”
He describes 1442 farms with tenantable buildings, abandoned only recently.
Not a bed or a bunk on the yacht was tenantable in the fearful rollings; no bed or bunk less than a covered box could have been.
Now I want your wife to join with mine and just make the widow's hovel a little more tenantable.
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Vast sums of money must be expended before it can be made tenantable.
It was a fantastic chateau, much dilapidated, and indeed scarcely tenantable through age and neglect.

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