How to Pronounce lessee?

Correct pronunciation for the word "lessee" is [lˈɛsiː], [lˈɛsiː], [l_ˈɛ_s_iː].

"Lessee" in context

Lessee is a legal term that refers to a renter in a lease agreement. A lessee is the person who makes an agreement to rent a certain property, often a piece of land or buildings, from a lessor. The lessee typically pays a fixed rental fee for a period of time, and in return, the lessee can use the property for the agreed upon period of time. Generally, a lessee has the right to use the leased property for the tenant's own benefit. There may be restrictions in the lease that limit the use of the leased property by the tenant.

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