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What does 'Tenancy' means in Sri Lanka?

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1 What does 'Tenancy' means in Sri Lanka? on Fri Oct 20, 2017 4:47 pm


Under Sri Lankan law, “tenancy” is starkly differentiated from the leasing of a real estate entity. Tenancy in Sri Lanka generally invokes no fixed terms regarding the rental duration and conditions. In some cases, tenancy may not even involve written terms and conditions. In short, “tenancy” in Sri Lanka constitutes a very liberal rental agreement made between a landlord and his or her tenant. A landlord need only authorize the use of his land to an individual for the agreement to be considered a tenancy.

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