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sublease

A lease by a tenant to a subtenant of part or all of the premises leased by him, for part or all of the term of his lease.
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The council sold him a 99-year lease for pounds 10,000 for the unit next door, which he went were raised, but the Wales Audit Office has rejected a request to investigate the matter PICTURE: Matthew Horwood [umlaut] * Former councillor Michael on to sub-let.
You should, of course, consider very carefully the terms of your lease before taking any steps to sub-let.
But the row continued and McLeish eventually admitted receiving pounds 36,122 in rent from five sub-lets dating back to 1987.
However Labour yesterday confirmed there was a sixth sub-let - to the Third Age Group, a voluntary organisation for the elderly.
The 25-year-old Chinese nationals were killed by a man who pretended to want to sub-let a room in their flat, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
The firm, which shares a non-executive director with its client in this deal, is also working with Naylors to sub-let the Newcastle office from which it has moved.
Many of the shopkeepers made their way to Carol's newsagents in Page Moss Parade, Huyton, which Mr Al-Selwi sub-let.
PEOPLE who were occupying an overcrowded, sub-let council house at Smethwick were kicked out by police and housing officials within hours of a report being made to a police-organised coffee morning.
Darren McFadden claimed he had sub-let the building to a man to store furniture.
About 10,000 council and housing association homes nationwide are fraudulently sub-let, denying those in real need amid chronic shortages is social housing, the Government says.
The company has just moved out of a 17,000sqft industrial unit on the nearby Viking Industrial Estate and sub-let it to kitchen manufacturer NB Interiors through agent King Sturge.
IT is possible that under the terms of your lease you are not entitled to sub-let part of the property, or even the whole of it.