Sublease

Business / Real Estate / Sublease: A lease given by a lessee for a portion of the leasehold interest, while the lessee retains some reversionary interest. The sublease may be for all or part of the premises, for the whole term or part of it, as long as the lessor retains some interest in the property. Leases normally contain a clause prohibiting subletting without prior consent of the lessor. The lessee remains directly liable to the lessor for the rent, which is usually paid by the sublessee to the lessee and then from the lessee to the lessor. The sublessee does not have a contractual obligation to pay rent to the original lessor.

Transfer Tax

Business / Finance / Transfer Tax: The price at which one unit of a firm sells goods or services to another unit of the same firm. MORE

Sandwich Lease

Business / Real Estate / Sandwich Lease: Another term used is sublease. This is when a tenant has a current lease with the owner of a property and then sublets the property to a third party. The tenant is then sandwiched between the owner an MORE

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