sublease

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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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He told the Mirror yesterday: "Aiman needed the money so sub-let the flat.
It is shocking that NMMC sub-let the civic hospital premises, as they are lessees and they have no right to undertake this with a private hospital.
Brown told officers he sub-let his flat and only went there for an hour a day to shower and collect his post.
The surplus space at the 50 downsized stores will then be sub-let to complementary retailers.
Cobalt") (NYSE:CIE) today announced that a subsidiary of Ensco plc has sub-let the ENSCO 8503, a new ultra-deepwater semisubmersible drilling rig currently under contract to Cobalt.
One office sub-let for $300 per month leaving lease at $1095 month.
The Council will require the right to sub-let vehicles provided under the contract through an agency agreement to other public sector bodies e.
WALES Audit Office has rejected Cardiff council's request to investigate how its own officers sold a 99-year lease on a shop for pounds 10,000 to a councillor who subsequently sub-let it for an annual rental of pounds 3,600, it has been confirmed.
Barclays and RBS sub-let part of the second and the first floors respectively.
Within the first two years winner cannot sub-let, sell, relocate, remove or transfer ownership of the holiday home.
Neighbours who report fraudsters who sub-let council and housing association homes will be given a pounds 500 reward in the first stage of a new crackdown.
She owned a flat which has a lease preventing it from being sub-let.