FARM LETfarm let, vb. Hist. To lease; to let land for rent. ? To farm let is a phrasal verb that commonly appeared in real-property leases; it corresponds with its Latin root, ad firmam tradidi.
¡°A lease is properly a conveyance of any lands or tenements, (usually in consideration of rent or other annual recompense) made for life, for years, or at will, but always for a less time than the lessor hath in the premises: for if it be for the whole interest, it is more properly an assignment than a lease. The usual words of operation in it are, ¡®demise, grant, and to farm let; dimisi, concessi, et ad firmam tradidi.¡¯ ¡± 2 William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 317¨C18 (1766).
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