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4 June, 03:49

A freehold estate is an ownership interest of indeterminable length that ends when the holder dies.

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  1. 4 June, 05:17
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    The statement is: False.

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    A freehold estate is a property given to a tenant for that person to enjoy the possession of the property for an unspecific time. That period ends when the owner of the property passes away or when the tenant breaches some of the conditions of temporarily owning the property like wasting it.
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