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dilapidation

/ (dɪˌlæpɪˈdeɪʃən) /
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noun
the state of being or becoming dilapidated
(often plural) property law
  1. the state of disrepair of premises at the end of a tenancy due to neglect
  2. the extent of repairs necessary to such premises
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Derived forms of dilapidation

dilapidator, noun
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