Definition - What does Vacant mean?

The term vacant, in its simplest form, may be defined as a building or a property that does not have any inhabitants or contents. For a building or any real estate to be called vacant, it is necessary that it has no occupants.

Justipedia explains Vacant

When talking about real estate and considering the landlord-tenant law, vacant refers to a property that has been freed from its occupants either voluntarily or involuntarily. There can be many reasons for a landlord to ask the tenant to vacate the property, which can include non-payment of rent, completion of the period mentioned in the tenancy contract, etc.

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