ANTHONY TROLLOPE, The Last Chronicle of Barset
Never use the word occupy in a rental lease.
“Occupy– We all know what occupy means today in the twenty-first century. But did you know that five hundred years ago, it was considered a dirty word? It meant to have sexual intercourse – literally, to “take possession of.” Once a taboo word that had all but disappeared from polite language. Occupy has become completely innocous today – unless you’re a tenant who ignores your landlord’s demands to move out”
Dr. Frank Luntz in his book Words that work
No Telling when the Housing Markets will Turn …
Call it the Trillion Dollar Question