subtenant


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subtenant

a person who rents or leases property from a tenant
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And since your landlord has already sunk the money into its furniture and equipment, it is only trying to recapture a fraction of that cost from you, the subtenant.
Your lease may specify that a subtenant must meet certain criteria related to financial strength and reputation.
"It goes without saying that landlords will want to establish the financial strength of the proposed subtenant and the Louisa Jakeman tenant needs to provide this information.
Protect Landlord's Rights: A lease may require a landlord to be reasonable in accepting a subtenant, but don't overlook other lease protections if that subtenant is not desirable.
The presence of history is also felt in Portrait with Subtenant, which emerged partly in response to Baselitz's examination in 1995 of files that the former East German secret police (Stasi) had compiled about his final year in the DDR.
After writing a detailed request to have the lease changed over to the subtenant's name, Christiani encountered a less-than-cooperative landlord.
The client's insurance specifically covered the tenant, but our review showed he was not covered for the subtenant." The client had a substantial net worth and if there had been a claim, he could have lost everything, Jevne noted.
These are a 60,000-square-foot store, plus a 12,000-square-foot garden center in Charlottesville (which has two subtenants already in place); an 11,617-square-foot location in Fairfax, which has one subtenant in place and room for one more; and a Richmond store of 24,820 square feet that also has a subtenant.
The subtenant, WestPoint Home, will sublease the entire 7th floor.
A.971 KOON Requires landlords to check state sex offender registry when leasing to a new tenant, subtenant or adult occupant, and to notify tenants with children under age sixteen of any listing of such tenant, subtenant or adult occupant as a level three sex offender; exempts landlord from any civil or criminal liability for damages for any discretionary decision to release relevant information pursuant to this section or for failing to release such information, unless it is shown the landlord acted with gross negligence or in bad faith.
In general, a subtenant has no legal relationship with the landlord.