One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A tenant that can be evicted without notice.
- ‘Where someone takes possession of property under a loose family arrangement, he becomes a tenant at will.’
- ‘The Court of Appeal held the occupier to be a tenant at will only.’
- ‘Ultimately this matter involves the taking of possession of property from tenants at will.’
- ‘So far as this court is concerned, the Acts do apply to a tenant at will.’
- ‘There are two very undesirable houses near them-all the tenants are tenants at will.’
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