A Tenant is a person who occupy’s land or property under a lease.
Tenants in Common can own different shares of the property. The property doesn’t automatically go to the other owners if you die. You can pass on your share of the property in your will.
A person who makes a will.
A Third Party is a person who is not party to a legal case, but may be relevant because he or she owes the defendant money.
A Third Party Debt Order is an Order issued by a Court following an application by a Claimant in possession of a County Court Judgment against a Defendant to freeze and take money directly from a Defendant’s bank account, building society account or business account to repay a debt pursuant to the County Court Judgment.
An arrangement where people can buy a share in part of a property for a period of time in each year. They can use their part of the accommodation each year for the period that is theirs.
A Tipstaff is an officer of the Supreme Court whose duties involve the enforcement of High Court arrest warrants
Title deeds are the legal documents which show the chain of ownership for a property or piece of land.
A detailed outline of the property in relation to its surroundings. It often has detailed and coloured markings referred to in the Title Register that illustrate rights of way, rights of access, watercourses and sections of land affected by easements and covenants. The general boundaries of the property itself are edged in red.
A complete definition of a property including who owns it, where it is, the extent of land owned, rights that benefit the land and rights that burden it.