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    legal term

    in a contract, how do you refer to a person who is subletting an appartment.

    the sublessor?


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    Re: legal term

    Sublettor is the original tenant,
    Sublessee - new tenant.

    All the best!

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    Re: legal term

    Welcome, Haidarieh.

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