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A person who grants a sublease.
- ‘Lessors or sub-lessors of real estate including accessories, pension inns, apartments, condominium, houses for lease, rooms and spaces for rent shall pay the tax as stated.’
- ‘Make certain that you and your room-mates (and sub-lessors) are not over that limit.’
- ‘Landowners (or sub-lessors) must not use this form to report cash rent received for pasture or farmland if the amount is based on a flat charge.’
- ‘All the sub-lessees declare that they sublet the apartment in the Hotelboat as a matter of holiday-swapping or lodging directly from the lessees (= sub-lessors) of the accommodation-address listed in the Voucher.’
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