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He was one of Dad's tenants, a big purple-faced man, who drank a lot and never took much exercise.
More generally, leases of doubtful duration are construed in favor of the tenants.
Many states also have statutes and cities ordinances regulating the duties and liabilities of landlords and tenants.
The tenants were glad to admit visitors as probable customers for postcards and photographs.
An Irish landlord knows full well that, even up to the present day, his tenants "keep the bread, and make borbhan."
It is let out altogether; the principal tenants divide it into small lots, and sublet these to the peasants.
Tenants of the house, rue de Normandie, where lived Pons and Schmucke.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
Cuthbert's importunity in the matter is clearly set forth in60 a deposition by Henry Johnson, one of Alleyn's tenants.
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSESJOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS
He had all manorial rights except pleas of the Crown, and the freedom of all markets in Ireland for himself and his tenants.
They think much more of their own comfort as tenants than of our happiness as landlords.

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