He knew that she had spent the previous summer at Newport, where she appeared to have gone a great deal into society, but that in the autumn she had suddenly sub-let
the "perfect house" which Beaufort had been at such pains to find for her, and decided to establish herself in Washington.
There could well be a rash of short-term sub-lets
this year, not just due to the current economic climate, but because property owners are still being stung by the need to pay business rates on empty properties.
She claims more than any other AM in Wales for her constituency office, which she sub-lets
from the Lib Dems.
If the original tenant sub-lets
the premises without such written consent, the original landlord could elect to terminate the lease contract (even prior to its expiry date, and notwithstanding any statutory minimum stay period afforded to the tenant).
However, some landlords will be sympathetic to your position and may adopt a policy of granting consent for short-term sub-lets
to help you meet expenses on the property while trying to sell it.
ENTERTAINER David Evans paid pounds 110,000 for a holiday lodge at Hazelwood Park, Dawlish Warren, Devon, and sub-lets
it for around 26 weeks every year.
Tesco, which sub-lets
to TK-Maxx, has 13 years left on its 25-year lease and pays annual rent of pounds 1.
He famously claimed the problems had been "a muddle not a fiddle" and that all the money from sub-lets
had been ploughed back into running his office for the good of his constituents.
Editorial includes articles on: late-fee formulas for tenants; tenant's right to audit books and records; partial payments; rules and regulations regarding sub-lets
and assigns; consent for using alternative telecommunications providers; reducing the impact of tenant bankruptcies; tenant compliance with energy efficiency requirements; termination of lease options; gross-up clauses; improving operating expenses; and, insurance.
But the row continued and McLeish eventually admitted receiving pounds 36,122 in rent from five sub-lets
dating back to 1987.
Henry McLeish's office in Glenrothes was paid for by the House of Commons, but extra money was made from sub-lets
McLeish has remained silent since he quit Scotland's top political post last November in a row over pounds 36,000 in expenses for sub-lets
at his constituency office in Glenrothes.