lessor[les′ôr′, les ôr′]
- The definition of a lessor is someone who loans property to another person with a written agreement.
An example of a lessor is the owner of an apartment building.
a person who gives a lease; landlord
Origin of lessorAnglo-French ; from lesser: see lease
One who leases property; a landlord.
Origin of lessorMiddle English lessour, from Anglo-Norman, from lesser, to let out, lease; see lease.
lessor - Legal Definition
The owner of real or personal property, an interest in which is granted by lease.