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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.

subtenant

(sʌbˈtɛnənt)
n
(Law) a person who rents or leases property from a tenant
subˈtenancy n

sub•ten•ant

(sʌbˈtɛn ənt)

n.
a person who rents land, a house, or the like from a tenant.
[1400–50]
sub•ten′an•cy, n.
Translations

subtenant

[ˈsʌbˈtenənt] Nsubarrendatario/a m/f

subtenant

n (of flat etc)Untermieter(in) m(f); (of land)Unterpächter(in) m(f)

subtenant

[ˌsʌbˈtɛnənt] nsubaffittuario/a
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Out of these, nearly 68 per cent contracts pertained to existing subtenants, reflecting DIP's growing demand as a premier business destination in the region.
Nearly 68 per cent of the contracts pertained to existing subtenants, reflecting DIP's growing demand as a premier business destination in the region, said the company in a statement.
Out of these, nearly 68 per cent of contracts pertained to existing subtenants, reflecting DIP's growing demand as a business destination in the region.
Harry Allen, associate in the office agency team at Savills, Bristol, comments: We are delighted to have let the whole building to these two subtenants on behalf of our client PHS.
160,000 square feet will become available in the building January 1, 2015 when four and half floors leased to Wells Fargo, but occupied by subtenants, come to market.
Provisions stipulating permitted use of premises, gross sales or customer traffic requirements, tenant mix, use of parking or common areas, and a tenant's reputation or non-violation of previous property leases, are valuable tools landlords can use to maintain control of their properties or preserve their ability to enter into direct tenant leases with proposed subtenants.
The introduction of Macedonian language for ethnic Albanian first graders is not a technical problem because Macedonian institutions continue to behave as if we-ethnic Albanians are subtenants in this country, says PDSH leader Menduh Thaci.
Smaller companies, including hipster Soho sneaker boutique Yellow Rat Bastard and luxe furniture firm Maurice Villency, are also actively seeking subtenants for prominent Manhattan sites.
Prior to closing on the acquisition, a master lease was terminated, and it is anticipated the subtenants will vacate by the end of 2005, according to Capital-Source.
Reduced real estate operating costs by 15 percent a year in the first year through a reduction in facility maintenance costs, space per person and recoveries of money through lease audits and collection of rents from subtenants.
These are a 60,000-square-foot store, plus a 12,000-square-foot garden center in Charlottesville (which has two subtenants already in place); an 11,617-square-foot location in Fairfax, which has one subtenant in place and room for one more; and a Richmond store of 24,820 square feet that also has a subtenant.
Total contract sales including subtenants are expected to reach $900 million over the life of the agreement.