relet


Also found in: Legal, Acronyms.

relet


Past participle: relet
Gerund: reletting

Imperative
relet
relet
Present
I relet
you relet
he/she/it relets
we relet
you relet
they relet
Preterite
I relet
you relet
he/she/it relet
we relet
you relet
they relet
Present Continuous
I am reletting
you are reletting
he/she/it is reletting
we are reletting
you are reletting
they are reletting
Present Perfect
I have relet
you have relet
he/she/it has relet
we have relet
you have relet
they have relet
Past Continuous
I was reletting
you were reletting
he/she/it was reletting
we were reletting
you were reletting
they were reletting
Past Perfect
I had relet
you had relet
he/she/it had relet
we had relet
you had relet
they had relet
Future
I will relet
you will relet
he/she/it will relet
we will relet
you will relet
they will relet
Future Perfect
I will have relet
you will have relet
he/she/it will have relet
we will have relet
you will have relet
they will have relet
Future Continuous
I will be reletting
you will be reletting
he/she/it will be reletting
we will be reletting
you will be reletting
they will be reletting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reletting
you have been reletting
he/she/it has been reletting
we have been reletting
you have been reletting
they have been reletting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reletting
you will have been reletting
he/she/it will have been reletting
we will have been reletting
you will have been reletting
they will have been reletting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reletting
you had been reletting
he/she/it had been reletting
we had been reletting
you had been reletting
they had been reletting
Conditional
I would relet
you would relet
he/she/it would relet
we would relet
you would relet
they would relet
Past Conditional
I would have relet
you would have relet
he/she/it would have relet
we would have relet
you would have relet
they would have relet
Translations

relet

[ˈriːˈlet] (relet (pt, pp)) VT [+ flat, house] → realquilar

relet

vtneu vermieten
References in periodicals archive ?
Seven of these properties are relets and the balance are properties
The court noted that if the landlord relets the premises for the tenant's benefit, the rent collected would be apportioned first to pay the landlord's expenses in reentering and reletting and then to pay the tenant's rent obligation.