Legal definition of landlord
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a person who owns real property and rents or leases it to another, called a "tenant." See also: lease lessee lessor rent tenant;
Landlord is also called a “lessor” of rental property. Landlord essentially allows a tenant to live and use his house, an apartment, or a commercial building, in exchange to monthly or yearly payments.
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