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sublessee

[ˌsʌbleˈsiː] Nsubarrendatario/a m/f
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Jamie Covello, Executive Director and Albert Wu, Director, are representing the current tenant in its search to secure a sublessee for the firm's space, which is leased through December 2024.
Allocation of Condemnation Award to Sublessee for Business Losses Pursuant to a Condemnation Clause
It has to be an improvement made by the lessee, sublessee or lessor.
* For the interior of the building or a portion of it occupied exclusively by the lessee or sublessee; and
Lessee may operate, or cause to be operated through a sublessee who has been approved by Lessor, a restaurant and cocktail lounge on the second floor of the Main Hangar Building.
This prevents the landlord from having to continue the lease term with an undesirable assignee or sublessee, or wait until the lease term expires to use the space for another, more productive purpose.
For CRT purposes, a taxpayer is renting space, or is deemed a "tenant," if the requirements outlined above are met and the taxpayer is paying rent as a lessee, sublessee, licensee, or concessionaire.
The convict now found himself laboring for the profits of three separate parties: the sublessee, the lessee, and the state.
The lessee shall be authorised to collect one year maintenance fee from the sublessee in advance before handing over possession of the unit to the sublessee.
The court made a point that "a lessor or sublessor who allows property under his control to be used by another in a manner which endangers third parties or which creates a nuisance, is, along with the lessee or sublessee, liable for the harm." Id.
Taking a closer look, first, at CO Article 262, Paragraph 3, Sentence 2, it is conspicuous that although the landlord is permitted to demand directly that the sublessee respect the terms of use as stipulated in the primary lease, the right to demand payment of the rental fee is withheld.
If a dwelling unit was occupied subject to a sublease, the taxpayer looked to the sublessee to determine whether the dwelling unit was used on a transient basis.