What is another word for lessors?

Pronunciation: [lˈɛsəz] (IPA)

Lessors are individuals or entities who own and rent out property to lessees. They are also commonly referred to as landlords. However, there are other words one can use to describe these property owners. For example, they can be called lessers, lessors, lessors-in-waiting, or landlords-in-waiting. Each term carries a slightly different connotation. For instance, lessers may imply a lower level of ownership or control over the rental property. In contrast, lessors may suggest a more authoritative role. Ultimately, the choice of synonym depends on the context and desired tone of the writing.

What are the hypernyms for Lessors?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Lessors

An adult may lease his lands or tenements only by a writing under his seal for a term of years or a term of life, because many people who had taken leases of lands and tenements for a term of years or a term of lives had to spend a lot for repair and were then evicted by heirs of their lessors.
"Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed."
S. A. Reilly
There are only two tracts of 60,000 acres each unimproved and in remote Provinces that are likely to be disposed of in bulk, and the rest of the lands are subject to the limitation that they shall be first offered to the present tenants and lessors who hold them in small tracts.
"Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present"

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