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sublet

verb allow the use of, contract to lease, lease, let out, relet, rent, rent out, sublease, subrent, underlet
Associated concepts: assignment, covenant against subletting, restriction against subletting
See also: lease, rent, sublease
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Like assignment, you need to get written permission from your landlord to sublet.
He added that if rents were increased, the illegal sublet phenomenon would die out.
The ability to sublet at current market rents, irrespective of the level of rent currently payable to the landlord, is extremely advantageous to a tenant with excess space.
It is not currently an offence to sublet a council house - a loophole that allows an estimated 160,000 tenants to move out and take rent from someone else.
One Saudi man who asked his name not be published said he usually empties his apartment in the Al-Shisha district near Mina to sublet it to pilgrims.
I rent my apartment for SR17,000 ($4,533) and then sublet it to pilgrims for over SR13,000 ($3,466) for the few days of the Haj," he said.
Am I within my rights to sublet one of the rooms to a colleague of mine?
A provision that limits the landlord's control over the lessee's ability to assign the ground lease or sublet the premises.
Uncertain whether she'd like her new job or environs, Christiani decided to sublet her Brooklyn residence.
Controls would end only when the home is sold, sublet or ownership is transferred.
It was further described as a `developer plus' building, a term referring to its economical budget but more importantly to its ability to be sublet or otherwise treated as flexible real estate.
There Sublet is taken with the decidedly "local" appearance of a Cajun, Evariste Bonamour, and contracts to draw his picture, giving him two silver dollars to secure the contract.