commonhold

/ (ˈkɒmənˌhəʊld) /

noun

a form of property tenure in which each flat in a multi-occupancy building is individually wholly owned and common areas are jointly owned

Nearby words

  1. commonable,
  2. commonage,
  3. commonality,
  4. commonalty,
  5. commoner,
  6. commonly,
  7. commonplace,
  8. commonplace book,
  9. commons,
  10. commons, house of

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