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A landlord or landlady was an owner of a residential property which they rented or leased to others.

In 1599, Dolly Bailey was the landlady and owner of the Elephant. (TV: The Shakespeare Code)

Jacob Kewper was the landlord of an inn in Cornwall visited by the First Doctor, Polly Wright and Ben Jackson. (TV: The Smugglers)

Jules Renan knocked out Jacques, the landlord of The Sinking Ship, which allowed Ian Chesterton to go undercover as the landlord. (TV: "Prisoners of Conciergerie")

Bert was the Ten Bells pub landlord in 19th century London. (COMIC: Ripper's Curse)

A man named George was the landlord of the Black Swan in the mid-19th century. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation) In the early 21st century, the landlords were Giles and Maria Owen. (PROSE: Not in My Back Yard)

During World War I, landlords in Scotland tried to use the absence of men to hike the rents, causing successful rent strikes led primarily by women. (COMIC: The Weeping Angels of Mons)

When Bob Hall left his flat and fled London on 20 July 1966, he tried to avoid his landlady before she demanded he pay his rent. He thought of her an "old cow". (PROSE: The Evil of the Daleks)

A different Bert was the landlord of The Cloven Hoof in Devil's End in the 20th century. (TV: The Dæmons)

Angus MacRanald was the landlord of the Fox Inn at Tulloch, Scotland. The inn was used by UNIT for a while, the inn acting like an HQ. (TV: Terror of the Zygons)

Morgan was the landlord of the Fleur-de-Lys pub at Devesham. The Kraals made an android duplicate of him. (TV: The Android Invasion)

In 2011, Jim Purcell was the landlord of a block of flats which he also lived in. (TV: Night Terrors)

A landlord lured large groups of people, usually university students, into living in his house by making the price cheap through the 20th and early 21st century. However, it was a ploy to keep his mother, Eliza, alive by feeding the inhabitants to the Dryads. (TV: Knock Knock)