sublet

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a lease from one lessee to another

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lease or rent all or part of (a leased or rented property) to another person

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This assignment of lease brings with it direct liability to the existing landlord, joint and several with the original tenant.
At the same time, the Company entered into a consent for assignment of lease with both parties and a mutual release agreement with Ciena, pursuant to which all of the Ciena's obligations under the lease have been effectively transferred to M&M.
Ruderman and Goldman engineered the Assignment of Lease and then negotiated a direct lease extension with the building's landlord, The Equitable Assurance Company of the United States.
The series 2009-FDG certificates represent the beneficial interests in a single non-recourse loan secured by the fee interest in 44 office and industrial buildings, easement interests in the right-of-way along a 351 mile railroad corridor extending from Jacksonville to Miami, the fee interest in 23 parcels adjacent to the railroad corridor, and collateral assignment of interest in the leases, rents, and licenses associated with these parcels, and the collateral assignment of leases and licenses encumbering five additional parcels adjacent to the rail corridor.
The mortgage loans are secured by the real estate and an assignment of leases.
The bonds are secured by a mortgage on and an assignment of leases and rents from a four-building multifamily development containing 34 apartment units, located in Antigo, Wis.
The bonds are secured by a mortgage on and an assignment of leases and rents from a multifamily building containing 18 apartment units, located in Berlin, Wis.
0 million interest only, first mortgage on Twelve Oaks Mall, an assignment of leases and rents, and an interest rate protection agreement.
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