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freehold
American English: /ˈfriˌhoʊld/
British English: /ˈfriːhəʊld/

Translation of freehold in Spanish:

adjective

  • (especially British English) freehold property
    (que se compra o vende en plena propiedad junto con el suelo sobre el que está edificado)
    Example sentences
    • The individual claimants are freehold owners and occupiers of their homes in Church Village.
    • The valuation assumes a sound freehold title with full vacant possession.
    • On 14th February 1996, the freehold interest in the building was transferred to the claimant.

noun

  • (especially British English)
    plena propiedad (feminine)
    (de un bien raíz y del suelo)
    the company bought the freehold
    la compañía adquirió la plena propiedad
    Example sentences
    • Title is called feudal or ‘feuhold’ tenure which is the equivalent of freehold and is absolute title.
    • I understand it is the same in relation to freehold and leasehold, that you can be convicted of trespass.
    • The Crown does not normally make grants to itself in freehold or by lease.

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