An estate in realty held under a lease; an estate for a fixed term of years. See Stubbings v. Evanstou, 136 111. 37, 26 N. E. 577, 11 L. R. A. 839, 29 Am. St. Rep. 300; Washington F. Ins. Co. v. Kelly, 32 Md. 421, 3 Am. Rep. 140; Harley v. O’Donnell, 9 Pa. Co. Ct. It. 56.
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