One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who holds a sublease.
- ‘If the mortgagor is himself a leaseholder then the mortgagee becomes a sub-lessee.’
- ‘We know that the proposed sub-lessee is a young company who were incorporated at the beginning of the year.’
- ‘All the sub-lessees are responsible that the accommodation will be used solely for living by maximum persons as accept in the voucher.’
- ‘Under United Kingdom property law, sub-leases would be recognised by the courts and the sub-lessees would have security of tenure.’
- ‘From the sub-lessees, the assessee company charged salami at the rate of Rs.400 per standard bigha and royalties at higher rates.’
- ‘Any other potential sub-lessees must be approved by the President.’
- ‘Respondent also impleaded the sub-lessees of R.C. Smith as parties-defendants.’
- ‘Any competent conveyancer would, or should, have warned the sub-lessees of the risks, clearly and forcefully.’
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