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First National Bank did not make enough of an effort to secure tenants, and the building was only 30 percent occupied in late 1930.
The phasing rules outlined below apply to both regulated and housing association secure tenants.
Despite this abundance of available office space, the developers of the new buildings have had little problem in securing tenants at market rates.
A plan for a mall was approved in 1987, but when the developers were unable to secure tenants, they sold out to the Rosenshein group.
Additional protection was given to council tenants and many housing association tenants, who were to be known as secure tenants.
Resident statutory or secure tenant eg a council or private tenant.
Nowadays some banks are seeking to reduce their positions in investment real estate even when properties are fully rented with seemingly secure tenants, owners say.
The situation is in stark contrast to six months ago, when landlords had to accept multi-year rent-free deals in order to secure tenants.
Merrill later decided it needed only two-thirds of the space, but failed to secure tenants for the surplus, creating a potential liability of $30 million a year.
The $563 million project to construct CitySquare stalled for years as Berkeley Investments struggled to secure tenants.
Both tenants are secure tenants (council tenants) or assured tenants (housing association)
However, the local authority normally retains ownership of the housing and tenants remain secure tenants of the local authority.
Having secured tenants for the Cira Centre, Brandywine Realty Trust could now proceed with construction of the skyscraper.
In an effort to secure tenants, Mr. McMahon has applied to the Planning Board to change the designation of one building from "medical arts" to other office use.
Whereas ministerial consent was previously required, now certain 'secure tenants' have the right to buy their houses (flats, initially excluded from purchase but available for long lease, were later included).
With a secure tenant and no debt on the property, the family turned down several offers in the 1980's to sell the lot and building for $2.5 million, Skip Kniesche said.
Basically, however, secure tenants of three years' standing can buy their houses at discounts ranging from 33 per cent of market price to a maximum of 50 per cent.
Occupants of houses taken over by HATs will be secure tenants, but during the passage of the Bill fears were expressed about the possibility of much higher rents.
The defendant lived with his brother for two and a half years in property owned by the plaintiff local authority of which the brother was a secure tenant under the Housing Act 1985.
Webster ceased to be a secure tenant of 29, Juniper Court and became a secure tenant of 336, Stocksfield Road.
However, in Family Housing Association v Jones 1 WLR 779 it was held that occupants of property granted to them as homeless persons were secure tenants.
If the houses are bought by the council then the occupants remain secure tenants, but if a private landlord or a housing association becomes the new owner then occupants become assured tenants.
The Right to Buy scheme is a policy in the United Kingdom which gives secure tenants of councils and housing associations the legal right to buy the home they are living in.
Existing secure tenants were guaranteed a new home on the new development if they wanted it, and 90 additional homes for sale and shared ownership will also be built to help cross-subsidise the costs of building tenants' new homes.
In other parts of Europe, after it was found convenient to secure tenants both against heirs and purchasers, the term of their security was still limited to a very short period; in France, for example, to nine years from the commencement of the lease.