ground rent

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ground rent (countable and uncountable, plural ground rents)

  1. (law, real estate) Rent paid for the land, usually for a long-term lease or in perpetuity, where the land-owner and the owner of improvements are different; the improvements are effectively security for the payment of the rent.
  2. (law, Pennsylvania, Maryland) Rentcharge.