subinfeud

sub·in·feu·date

 (sŭb′ĭn-fyo͞o′dāt′) also sub·in·feud (-fyo͞od′)
tr.v. sub·in·feu·dat·ed, sub·in·feu·dat·ing, sub·in·feu·dates also sub·in·feud·ed or sub·in·feud·ing or sub·in·feuds
To lease (lands) by subinfeudation.
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subinfeud

(ˌsʌbɪnˈfjuːd)
n
(Law) feudal law a grant by a feudal tenant of land to a further tenant
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