LOCATION
. s. f.
Action par laquelle le propriétaire d'une chose la donne à quelqu'un, à titre de louage ou de bail. Ce terme est corrélatif de celui de Conduction, qui signifie, L'action par laquelle on prend une chose à titre de louage ou de bail. Dans l'usage ordinaire, on emploie aussi en ce dernier sens le mot de Location, celui de Conduction n'étant guère usité qu'en Jurisprudence Location de loges, Action de louer des loges au spectacle. Il est préposé à la location des loges.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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