relet


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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
References in classic literature ?
Until he relet the house, the Schlegels were welcome to stack their furniture in the garage and lower rooms.
The bill amends the landlord's available remedies in [section]83.595, to provide that if the landlord retakes possession after the early termination of the rental agreement, the landlord has the duty to exercise good faith in attempting to relet the premises.
When one of those farms was relet to a landgrabber, hostilities boiled over and for more than six years the new tenant was boycotted, while the former occupant and his wife divided their time between a Land League hut on the estate and prison.
If the contractor is performing well, the agency can use its manpower more efficiently on other acquisitions rather than relet the contracts because the minimum time is up.
* Begin discussions to get control of space or portion of space and attempt to secure right to relet space.
Limerick landlord perceptively explained to the Cowper Commission, the League does `not want to have the value of the land fixed by public competition in any kind of way'.(15) Rather, the League's plan was to reduce rents, make eviction unwise and useless since the land could not be relet, and prevent landlords from recovering arrears in rent from the profits of the sale of the outgoing tenants' interest: all designed to force the landlords to sell on terms proposed by the tenants in close consultation with the League.
With sophisticated valuation programs, such as Pro-Ject and Argus, which analyze projects on a lease-by-lease basis, many assumptions can be made concerning lease-up time and rents, tenant roll-overs, relet costs, and leasing commissions.
Contracts for the construction were let, but the building through the mountains of western Virginia was so difficult that many contracts had to be relet. The peak work force of 5,000 men and 1,000 horses faced floods, land-slides, and a cholera epidemic.
The judge advised both defendants to get lawyers as the case centred on the Residential Tenancies Act and limitations on a landlord's ability to recover possession and to relet. After Mr Lynch gave a sworn undertaking not to trespass, she adjourned the case for a week.
And, on Coatham Avenue, a 29,000sqft building has now been relet to the expanding kitchen manufacturer PWS, which already has several sites in other areas of the park, following only a short marketing period.