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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
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Naylors have been involved from lease termination in March through to refurbishment and reletting of the office space and we are delighted to have been further appointed to let the ground floor retail unit.
What landlords really need to do on an acquisition is to look beyond the current leasing structure and focus more realistically on the reletting prospect of the building once the current leases expire.
Brittan Investments have acquired two1,000sqft studio units at Trentham Business Quarter for reletting and Exesios acquired the final studio unit for to expand its public relations business.
Mall centre manager David Mc Nee said he was anxious to speed up negotiations on releasing Asda from its lease and reletting the 9,500sqft George unit, which faces on to Albert Road, and provided a main thoroughfare to the centre.
It requires that the landlord deduct from the balance due from the tenant any rent received by the landlord as a result of the reletting.
Zero In already provides two enormous benefits to landlords and agents, making properties more attractive to tenants who do not have to find large, up-front deposits, and speeding up the process of servicing a property and reletting it.
The airline has modified the reletting rights available to the Bond Trustee and granted a leasehold mortgage to the Bond Trustee for the benefit of the bondholders.
Upon learning that AT&T would be consolidating its operations into an owned property elsewhere in the county, W&M began pro-active marketing of the upcoming availabilities for reletting among multiple replacement tenants," said Mr.
As part of the new initiative, all council homes available and ready for reletting will be advertised fortnightly in the property sections of three local newspapers.
He said: ``This problem has been caused because the council is not demolishing and reletting properties quickly enough.