- n a lease from one lessee to another
- v lease or rent all or part of (a leased or rented property) to another person
- With the refinancing in place but the gas exploration project then failing, Trintomar found a firm to sublease its production facility in late 1992an up-and-coming Houston .
- Recognizing that Spain's 44-year-old Moroccan protectorate (a kind of sublease from French Morocco) no longer "corresponds to present reality," Franco agreed to yield the 18,000 sq .
- Some companies are getting permission from arenas to sublease their suites.
- Mike Beebe in KUAR
As long as we can sublease it and as long as we're able to maintain some degree of control for future governors, or if we have a need that changes, we would not have given up that office space,Beebe said.
- Glenn in Forbes
The nice thing about a sublease is that virtually everything is negotiable,says Glenn Blumenfeld, president of brokerage Tactix Real Estate Advisors in Radnor, Pa.