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- Jan 15, 2013
- St Helens, Tasmania, Australia
- JD 4105 / JD Z355E (48" deck)
Hmmm... good questions. "agist" is a verb (Oxford concise) and the noun is "agister", as is the 'service provided'; "agistment".Who is the agistor and who is the agistee? Is it agistor or is it agister? Why is is “lessor/lessee” but “renter/landlord” and not “rentor/rentee”?
the vagaries of the English language. . . Especially at weird hours . . .
I, the landowner and facility provider, offer "agistment". The client would therefore be the "agister".
As far as I know the lexicon.