sublandlord

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sub- +‎ landlord

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sublandlord (plural sublandlords)

  1. (property law) Synonym of sublessor.
    • 2009 March 4, Alison Gregor, “Commercial Renters Have a New Worry: A Landlord’s Default”, in New York Times[1]:
      Ms. Colp-Haber said that companies that sublease space could protect themselves by negotiating the right to stay in the space with the building’s landlord if the sublandlord should default.
    Synonyms: sublessor, underlessor, underlandlord, subletter, underletter, (informal) subleaser, underleaser, (as tenant) head tenant, superior tenant

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