subtenant


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sub·ten·ant

 (sŭb-tĕn′ənt)
n.
One that rents property, such as land or a house, from a tenant.

sub·ten′an·cy n.

subtenant

(sʌbˈtɛnənt)
n
(Law) a person who rents or leases property from a tenant
subˈtenancy n

sub•ten•ant

(sʌbˈtɛn ənt)

n.
a person who rents land, a house, or the like from a tenant.
[1400–50]
sub•ten′an•cy, n.
Translations

subtenant

[ˈsʌbˈtenənt] Nsubarrendatario/a m/f

subtenant

n (of flat etc)Untermieter(in) m(f); (of land)Unterpächter(in) m(f)

subtenant

[ˌsʌbˈtɛnənt] nsubaffittuario/a
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USI Insurance Services previously occupied the space as a subtenant, and will now be the direct tenant, taking the entire fifth floor and a portion of the sixth floor.
The only difference is that the subtenant's landlord (usually referred to as a "sublandlord") is itself a tenant under a "master lease"--or a direct lease with the owner of the building -- and you, the subtenant, generally have to assume all the obligations of your sublandlord under the master lease.
Identify a potential subtenant and establish key business terms: Once you've spoken with your landlord and you are certain that you will be pursuing a sublease, the next step is to sketch out the key business terms of a sublease arrangement (rent, term, etc.
The subletting route is not without its risks as the subtenant might default but the subletting is nonetheless a useful thing to do if the subtenant is a good tenant and is financially sound.
FINRA currently also has space at One Liberty Plaza and 20 Broad Street, where it's a subtenant of the New York Stock Exchange.
The lease may also contain a more detailed list of required information to help evaluate whether a subtenant is suitable.
Available on a leasehold basis, we are able to grant significant tenant incentives, such as a rent-free period, to any prospective subtenant or assignee.
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These are a 60,000-square-foot store, plus a 12,000-square-foot garden center in Charlottesville (which has two subtenants already in place); an 11,617-square-foot location in Fairfax, which has one subtenant in place and room for one more; and a Richmond store of 24,820 square feet that also has a subtenant.
As a subtenant under an existing lease for several years, we are pleased to know that the building meets their long term expectations," Wylde said.
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