subtenancy


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sub·ten·ant

 (sŭb-tĕn′ənt)
n.
One that rents property, such as land or a house, from a tenant.

sub·ten′an·cy n.
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Translations

subtenancy

[ˈsʌbˈtenənsɪ] Nsubarriendo m
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subtenancy

n during his subtenancy of the flat/farmwährend er Untermieter in der Wohnung/Unterpächter des Bauernhofes war
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It also had to be brought up to code, as the Foundation occupied the premises generally undisturbed during its subtenancy, yet many building code changes had occurred over the years.
This most recent lease addition secures an added 130,000 square feet of space for potential expansion and will be available for subtenancy in 2017.
Granting a subtenancy otherwise would be a breach of your lease and a ground for forfeiture ECENTLY, I exchanged contracts on a new-build property, purchased off plan.