Sublessee Sub`les*see", n. A holder of a sublease. [1913 Webster]

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  • sublessee — sub·les·see /ˌsəb le sē/ n: a lessee under a sublease Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • sublessee — noun One to whom a property is subleased …   Wiktionary

  • sublessee — n. one who holds a sublease …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sublessee — sub·lessee …   English syllables

  • sublessee — /sʌble si:/ noun a person or company that takes a property on a sublease …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • sublessee — A tenant who holds under a lease made by a sublessor. See sublease …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • sublessee — n. a person who holds a sublease …   Useful english dictionary

  • sublease — sublessee /sub le see /, n. sublessor /sub les awr, sub le sawr /, n. n. /sub lees /; v. /sub lees /, n., v., subleased, subleasing. n. 1. a lease granted by one who is already a lessee of a property, as an apartment. v.t. 2. to grant a sublease… …   Universalium

  • sublease — sub·lease / səb ˌlēs/ n: a lease that is given by a tenant or lessee to another person of part or all of the leased premises for a shorter term than that of the original lease and under which some interest is retained compare assignment of lease… …   Law dictionary

  • Sublease — In real estate law, sublease (or, less formally,sublet) is the name given to an arrangement in which the lessee in a lease assigns the lease to a third party, thereby making the old lessee the sublessor, and the new lessee the sublessee, or… …   Wikipedia

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