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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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In the event you sublet the apartment without your landlord's nod, the landlord has the right to evict you from the flat.
Like assignment, you need to get written permission from your landlord to sublet. Your landlord can only refuse your request if there are reasonable grounds and must provide written reasons for any refusal.
Davy previously signed a tenancy agreement con-firming she understood she was not allowed to sublet all of her home.
moved into its sublet space in August at the 846,000 s/f facility, located within the Exit 8A submarket.
This allows tenants to sublet at "market rent" - even where the relevant lease states that subletting must be at the higher of either the market rent or the then passing rent.
Another expat in Bur Dubai, said he began to sublet his two-bedroom apartment after he lost his job four years ago and was forced to send his family back home.
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.
It is not currently an offence to sublet a council house - a loophole that lets an estimated 160,000 tenants 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One Saudi man who asked his name not be published said he usually empties his apartment in the Al-Shisha district near Mina to sublet it to pilgrims.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.