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What is the meaning of freehold property?

Freehold property

Asked on Mar 16 2012, General in Worthing | Report content

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  • Simply the freehold is the ownership for ever more. No one else has a superior ownership of it. As opposed to a leasehold which is a form of ownership for a fixed time - say six months, 99 years or 999 years. After that time the freeholder gets to have the land back.

    Answered on Mar 16 2012, Report content
  • The right to hold the title free and without lien of any sort in perpetuity.

    Answered on Apr 3 2012, Report content

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