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  • n. Plural form of lessee.

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Examples

  • The location, construction, maintenance or operation of said lines of railway in any public or pri - vate way shall be deemed an additional servitude, and entitle lessees, mortgagees and other parties having an estate in such way or in premises which abut thereon, and who are damaged by reason of the location, construction, maintenance and operation of said lines of railway, to recover reasonable compensation in the manner herein provided.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • The vast amount of unsettled business in which the Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company was in any way interested at the time the Howland Improvement Company, "lessees," assumed control of the railroad, was very largely adjusted during the first two years.

    A Manual of North Carolina Issued by the North Carolina Historical Commission for the Use of Members of the General Assembly Session 1913

  • Those settlements, or revenue contracts, were ordinarily sanctioned for periods of thirty years, and the landholders, whom the author calls 'lessees', have gradually changed into 'proprietors', with full power over their land, subject only to the State lien for the 'land revenue' (Crown rent, or State share of the produce), and to the laws of inheritance and succession.

    Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official

  • After studying the issue, the agency concluded it has "broad legal authority over all activities relating to offshore leases, whether engaged in by lessees, operators or contractors," BOEMRE chief Michael Bromwich said in a speech to energy executives at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.

    Regulator Says U.S. Can Oversee Contractors

  • The lease sale of some 38 million acres will be the last one of the current five-year plan for development of offshore resources, and will include a sliding scale of rental rates to compensate deep-water lessees for delays in beginning operations in deep water in the wake of the 2010 BP PLC Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

    Obama Unveils Energy Plans

  • The agreement will include a sliding scale of rental rates to compensate deep-water lessees for delays in beginning operations in the wake of the 2010 BP PLC Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

    Obama Unveils Energy Plans

  • OK, I agree that there's a potential conflict of interest ... but let's make sure that the leasing side knows about what the inspection and safety side knows about the prospective (and incumbent) lessees.

    Obama administration reforming big oil oversight

  • We also selected the top eight brands in J.D. Power's latest APEAL study, which surveyed purchasers and lessees as to how they rated their 2010 model-year cars after the first 90 days of ownership.

    The Cars Americans Think Are The Best

  • Is the problem then that the current owner can keep the whole compensation, without passing to the lessees their share of the value?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Important Case on Compensation for Takings

  • Halcyon, citing confidentiality agreements, decline to divulge names of the lessees they bought the mines from and the co-investor.

    Halcyon Partnership Buys Two Mines

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