re-let

re-let

vb (tr)
to make (land or property) available for letting again after the previous tenants have vacated it
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Part A Property Protection - Vacant property security to prevent trespass, vandalism and theft of materials andequipment;Part B - Clearance and Cleaning Services- Clearance and cleaning services to properties to enable safeworking and re-let, and clearance of other areas to ensure the tidy appearance and safety of the public.
When let land fell vacant it was overwhelmingly re-let: 86% of 1986 Act lettings and 94% of Farm Business Tenancies that ended saw the land re-let.
Its landlord, the firm which owns the Kingsgate Shopping Centre, said the bar "closed for business last week due to a downturn in trade and in an effort to re-let the unit as quickly as possible we forfeited the lease in lieu of unpaid rent.
4m and the sole tenant will be conducting a staged exit over the next 14 months creating an opportunity to re-let the site at a higher rate over a longer term.
Rates for very large gas carriers moving LPG on the key Persian Gulf -to-Japan route have fallen 15% over the past two weeks, after hitting near one-year peaks around $136/mt in mid-July, as term charterers re-let their vessels, traders and shipping sources said this Thursday.
The order enabled the council to kick Young out of the property and for them to re-let the property.
Figures from Deloitte showed cut-price retailers such as Poundland, B&M and 99p Stores had snapped up one in five sites that were re-let after 27 retail collapses since 2009, including Woolworths, Clinton, Game and Blockbuster.
Figures from Deloitte showed cutprice retailers such as Poundland, B&M and 99p Stores had snapped up one in five sites that were re-let after 27 retail collapses since 2009, including Woolworths, Clinton, Game and Blockbuster.
The firm has re-let over 20,000 sq ft of office space with firms moving to nearby premises at Eaton House, Bank House, Park House and The Quadrant.
However, if a landlord has asked you to evict the property due to him or his immediate next of kin moving in, then for a period of two years from the date of the eviction, he cannot re-let the property.
Across our neighbourhoods it took 17 days, on average, for us to re-let a property this time last year.
I would forecast a queue of folks from Middlesbrough's collapsed ghetto estates and the homes they eagerly leave can be re-let to the lower grade folks who permanently lack 'style.