Definition of Sublessor

1. Noun. A person who engages in subletting ¹



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Definition of Sublessor

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublessor

sublattices
sublayer
sublayers
subleading
sublease
subleased
subleaser
subleasers
subleases
subleasing
sublemma
sublemmas
sublemmata
sublessee
sublessees
sublessor (current term)
sublessors
sublet
sublethal
sublethally
sublets
subletter
subletters
subletting
sublevation
sublevations
sublevel
sublevels
sublibrarian
sublibrarians

Literary usage of Sublessor

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Real Property by William Francis Walsh (1915)
"sublessor and Sublessee.— As already stated a subtenant is a stranger to the original ... The subtenant holds from the sublessor or original tenant, ..."

2. The Law of Landlord and Tenant by Herbert Thorndike Tiffany (1910)
"Covenant by sublessor to renew. 233. Breach of covenant to renew—Remedies. 234. Trusts arising from renewal. $ 218. Renewal and extension distinguished. ..."

3. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1917)
"... he is entitled to treat it as a payment pro tanto of his rent to his sublessor.8 Thus where the under-tenant in order to protect his possession ..."

4. The Canadian Law Times by Armour, Edward Douglas, 1851-1922, Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Elliott, Charles, Privy Council, Gillis, Edward, Hunter, Alfred Taylour, 1867-1957, Thompson, Bram (1882)
"As to the agreement to surrender to the sublessor at the end of the term, it seems to us that, rather than allow it to control the whole nature of the ..."

5. A Concise Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant by William Mitchell Fawcett, William Donaldson Rawlins (1905)
"Hence, under the usual form of covenant, it is no breach by a covenanting sublessor, ... But where a sublessor broke a covenant in the ..."

6. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1915)
"After about a year such sublessor "turned over" his lease of the hotel to third parties, who opened a saloon in rooms adjoining those subleased, ..."

7. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1911)
"... is issued and possession of the premises taken thereunder by an officer in behalf of the owner; and if thereafter the sublessor writes to the sublessee, ..."

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