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sublease

n. the lease of all or a portion of premises by a tenant who has leased the premises from the owner. A sublease may be prohibited by the original lease, or require written permission from the owner. In any event, the original tenant (lessee) is still responsible for paying the rent to the owner (landlord/lessor) through the term of the original lease and sublease. (See: lease, rent)

sublease

verb allow the use of, demise, grant a deeise, grant a lease, hire, let out, make available for rent, rent, rent out, sublet, subrent, underlet

sublease

a lease of property made by a person who is himself a lessee or tenant of that property, or the act of granting or taking such a lease.

SUBLEASE. A lease by a tenant to another tenant of a part of the premises held by him; an underlease.

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Shore up any holes in lease documentation, such as term commencement certificates and lease exhibits, and make sure all tenant credit support, like guarantors, have affirmed the lease and especially the sublease transaction.
The impact of sublease space on the market boils down to how competitive the space is compared to existing alternatives," said Robert Bach, Grubb & Ellis' Chief Economist.
The amount and timing of the debt service payments mirror the amount and timing of the sublease payments due during the sublease's primary term.
I think that the tenant world has become very astute," Turchin said; instead of offering up the back office, tenants looking to sublease are now offering the most marketable space they can, and they're offering more appropriate terms and build-outs.
Tenants who are faced with the problem of excess space can either sublease the space or terminate its lease.
A sublease agreement may violate the original financing or lease agreement, creating the potential for the vehicle to be repossessed by the creditor or lien holder even if the sublessee is making the payments.
Actual results may differ materially from what is expressed herein and no assurance can be given that the company can fulfill the requirements of the sublease or generate future earnings.
But that trend was short-lived; rents on sublease space quickly fell in the next quarter.
About 70 percent of the approximately 10 million square feet of sublease space available in Midtown has too few years left on the lease and/or is too large to be leased, Powers estimated at the firm's quarterly market analysis meeting.
The dot-com bust has sent sublease markets soaring.