1. verb
a) To overvalue; overestimate; hold or estimate at too dear a rate.

That is your opinion: you state here that you were induced to overhold the land [...]

b) To hold over; keep.
2. noun
The act or process of holding over.

Overholding clauses serve the purpose of contractually regulating the terms and conditions of an overhold.

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