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adjective as in unoccupied

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Several tenants said they were regularly being charged court fees for eviction cases that started before the pandemic and have been reopened in recent months.

Yes, it is good for the incumbent tenants who get to hang onto their underpriced apartments.

So there’s also currently legislation going through the NYC City Council that would postpone tax payments and offer some sort of incentive for landlords so they can work with their tenants.

From Eater

The city had been a tenant at Civic Center Plaza for decades, so it knew the condition of the building inside and out.

Jason Hughes, president and CEO of Hughes Marino, a major commercial real estate player in San Diego that represents commercial tenants and buyers, sent out an email Friday that contained some concerning news, even if it wasn’t completely surprising.

Again I registered, and finding it tenantless, took over again my old room.

Xenie looked around her wildly, but the pretty little chamber was silent and tenantless.

"It is roomy enough for a barracks," Murat remarked as he wandered through suite after suite of the great tenantless rooms.

Then the ghost of that unforgettably strange odor passed away and was lost among the leagues of tenantless forest beyond.

Tenements are now tenantless that once were thronged with life.


On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tenantless, such as: deserted, unfilled, uninhabited, unused, vacant, and abandoned.

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