Tenements

Tenements,

Definition of Tenements:

  1. A piece of land held by an owner.

  2. Rights and privileges associated with a real property, and conveyed with it upon sale or transfer. See also tenement.

  3. (especially in Scotland or the US) a room or a set of rooms forming a separate residence within a house or block of flats.

How to use Tenements in a sentence?

  1. The flat was part of a refurbished block of tenements that belonged to a housing co-operative.

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