underlet


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un·der·let

 (ŭn′dər-lĕt′)
tr.v. un·der·let, un·der·let·ting, un·der·lets
To sublet.

underlet

(ˌʌndəˈlɛt)
vb (tr) , -lets, -letting or -let
1. to let for a price lower than expected or justified
2. (Law) a less common word for sublet
ˈunderˌletter n

underlet


Past participle: underlet
Gerund: underletting

Imperative
underlet
underlet
Present
I underlet
you underlet
he/she/it underlets
we underlet
you underlet
they underlet
Preterite
I underlet
you underlet
he/she/it underlet
we underlet
you underlet
they underlet
Present Continuous
I am underletting
you are underletting
he/she/it is underletting
we are underletting
you are underletting
they are underletting
Present Perfect
I have underlet
you have underlet
he/she/it has underlet
we have underlet
you have underlet
they have underlet
Past Continuous
I was underletting
you were underletting
he/she/it was underletting
we were underletting
you were underletting
they were underletting
Past Perfect
I had underlet
you had underlet
he/she/it had underlet
we had underlet
you had underlet
they had underlet
Future
I will underlet
you will underlet
he/she/it will underlet
we will underlet
you will underlet
they will underlet
Future Perfect
I will have underlet
you will have underlet
he/she/it will have underlet
we will have underlet
you will have underlet
they will have underlet
Future Continuous
I will be underletting
you will be underletting
he/she/it will be underletting
we will be underletting
you will be underletting
they will be underletting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been underletting
you have been underletting
he/she/it has been underletting
we have been underletting
you have been underletting
they have been underletting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been underletting
you will have been underletting
he/she/it will have been underletting
we will have been underletting
you will have been underletting
they will have been underletting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been underletting
you had been underletting
he/she/it had been underletting
we had been underletting
you had been underletting
they had been underletting
Conditional
I would underlet
you would underlet
he/she/it would underlet
we would underlet
you would underlet
they would underlet
Past Conditional
I would have underlet
you would have underlet
he/she/it would have underlet
we would have underlet
you would have underlet
they would have underlet
References in classic literature ?
Now that I was left wholly to myself, I gave notice of my intention to quit the chambers in the Temple as soon as my tenancy could legally determine, and in the meanwhile to underlet them.
That the landlord was a man of money- making turn was sufficiently testified by the fact of a small bulkhead beneath the tap-room window, in size and shape not unlike a sedan-chair, being underlet to a mender of shoes: and that he was a being of a philanthropic mind was evident from the protection he afforded to a pieman, who vended his delicacies without fear of interruption, on the very door-step.
They are not to be got rid of, for six months at least, unless they could be underlet, and that I don't believe.
Under the terms of their agreement, Salmon had the sole power to "manage, lease, underlet and operate" the property.
If a solution is agreed, it would pave the wave for a significant overhaul of the popular market, which is underlet to the council by the owner of St Johns Shopping Centre, Infrared.
In 2006, Aviva and the company formed SSPP as a 50-50 joint venture to hold and develop the land and buildings of Shepperton Studios under a 999 year lease and to underlet it to Shepperton Studios Ltd for 20 years.
The Landlord and Tenant Act 1988 imposes a duty on landlords to respond in writing, and within a reasonable time, to any application by their tenant to assign, underlet, charge or part with the possession of their premises.
Prosecution in the case claimed that Chapman's financial arrangements with the fruit women were such that he charged them rent which completely covered the sums he owed the theatre annually as reported in The Morning Post of 3 June 1843: "[H]e underlet a part of the privilege which he enjoyed for as much as he paid for the whole--by that he alluded to the sums paid to him by the persons whom he authorised to sell fruit etc in the pit and the galleries".
An application for consent should include full details of whether the application is to assign the lease or underlet.
Yet, I note that houses here in Cathays with To Let signs are often empty or underlet in term time, so is it true that more student accommodation is needed?
Salmon was to have sole power to "manage, lease, underlet, and operate" the hotel.