Leased Fee Estate


Definition of "Leased fee estate"

Angelica Heller
Angelica Heller RE/MAX Space Center

A lease contract to possess a parcel or property for a certain period of time. A leased fee estate is a conditional estate conveyance in real property for a specified period of time. The lease permits the lessee to possess, use and enjoy the property for the specified period. For example, John agrees to lease a home at the rate of $1,200 per month for two years as a leased fee estate.

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