Words and phrases that have a meaning related to lessee:   (134 results)

Often used in the same context:
lessor, leaseholder, sublessee, tenant, landlord, lease, permittee, subtenant, purchaser, subdivider, vendee, mortgagor, tenancy, pledgee, bailment, landowner, allottee, quitclaim, transferor, mortgagee, promisor, quitclaim deed, owner, bailee, privity, restrictive covenant, grantor, concessionaire, suretyship, obligee, leaser, assignee, usufruct, transferee, novation, licensee, easement, sublease, testatrix, bailor, usufructuary, trustor, reconveyance, reversionary, anticipatory breach, assignor, tortfeasor, warranty deed, promissory note, buyer, consignee, reverter, claimant, movables, renter, curtilage, warrantor, erf, charterer, valuator, novate, lien, licencee, deed, setoff, servient tenement, hereinabove, obligor, property, assessee, landholder, decedent, replevin, tennant, infringer, donee, hereunder, executrix, mortgager, unmatured, joint tenancy, testator, hirer, lis pendens, latent defect, estoppel, situs, franchisor, administratrix, settlor, valuer, conveyancer, claimable, freehold, tenderer, inter vivos, proprietor, trust deed, patentee, commonage, liquor licence, exaction, lessees, employer, grantee, occupier, plaintiff, defendant, occupant, trustee, complainant, domicile, grantees, lender, debtor, being, codependent, conducive, deadlocked, existent, facto, friend, happier, intrinsically, leasehold, parent, periphery, personality, surety

Appears in the definition of:
sublease, sublet

More general:
renter, tenant


Also try:
— Adjectives for lessee: original, sub, new, first, such, agricultural, sole, prospective, present, former, joint, more...

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