English version

vacant possession

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvacant possessionˌvacant posˈsession noun [uncountable] British English technical   house/flat with vacant possession
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vacant possessionAnd of course for that, you do get vacant possession.Would you have to pay income tax on it, and could you get vacant possession when you needed it?People who sell will want to sell with vacant possession, and that means asking people to leave.Virtually all empty dwellings were now sold with vacant possession, at extremely high prices.Where properties are untenanted, Retirement Assured has valued them at open market value with vacant possession.They think it unlikely that the company would sell the properties without vacant possession.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvacant possessionˌvacant posˈsession [uncountable] British EnglishPROPERTY when land, a house etc is for sale with no one living therethe huge difference in price between land with and land without vacant possession possession
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