See underlease.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • underletting — un·der let || ‚ʌndÉ™(r) let v. sublease, sublet; let something for less than its full value …   English contemporary dictionary

  • underletting — underlettˈing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑under …   Useful english dictionary

  • underlet — un‧der‧let [ˌʌndəˈlet ǁ ər ] verb underlet PTandPP underletting PRESPART [transitive] PROPERTY another name for sublet * * * underlet UK }} US }} /ˌʌndəˈlet/ verb [I or T] (under …   Financial and business terms

  • underlet — /un deuhr let /, v.t., underlet, underletting. 1. to let below the true value. 2. to sublet. [1670 80; UNDER + LET1] * * * …   Universalium

  • alienation — I (estrangement) noun abhorrence, abomination, acrimony, alienatio, animosity, antagonism, antipathy, aversion, bitterness, breach, break, deflection, disaffection, disfavor, disruption, division, enmity, execration, hostility, implacability,… …   Law dictionary

  • alienation covenant — A covenant in a lease determining whether the tenant can alienate the land, that is, whether there is any absolute prohibition or restriction against the tenant charging, assigning, underletting or parting with possession of the demised premises …   Law dictionary

  • underlet — verb (underlets, underletting; past and past participle underlet) another term for sublet …   English new terms dictionary

  • underlet — /ʌndəˈlɛt/ (say unduh let) verb (t) (underlet, underletting) 1. to let below the true value. 2. to sublet. {under + let1} –underletter, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • underlet — [un΄dərlet′] vt. underlet, underletting 1. to let at a price below the real value 2. SUBLET …   English World dictionary

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