Definition of Lessees

1. Noun. (plural of lessee) ¹



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Definition of Lessees

1. lessee [n] - See also: lessee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lessees

lespedeza
lespedezas
lesquerolic acid
less
less'n
less(a)
less-traveled
less and less
less is more
less than
less than three
less than threed
less than threeing
less than threes
lessee
lessees (current term)
lessen
lessened
lessener
lesseners
lessenest
lesseneth
lessening
lessenings
lessens
lesser
lesser alar cartilages
lesser anteater
lesser ape
lesser arterial circle of iris

Literary usage of Lessees

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1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1905)
"The right of the lessees thereunder Is dependent upon the completion of a ... In order to complete the well, the lease allows the lessees 90 days from the ..."

2. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"By an act of April 25, 1851, they were constituted lessees of the convicts, together with the prison grounds and buildings, for ten years. ..."

3. The Law of Boundaries & Fences in Relation to the Sea-shore and Sea-bed by Arthur Joseph Hunt (1904)
"125 A. Duty of mine-owners and mining lessees to fence pits, shafts, quarries, &c.—IN GENERAL.—At common law,—apart from any special agreement,—the ..."

4. The Law of Petroleum and Natural Gas: With Forms by George Bryan (1898)
"Dwight, 82 Pa., 462 (1876), a mutual mistake had occurred between lessors and lessees as to the location of a well ; but without knowledge of that fact, ..."

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