sandwich lease

Sandwich Lease

A lease in which a party who previously rented a property re-rents to another party. In a sandwich lease, the lessee becomes a lessor.
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sandwich lease

The lease that exists between a tenant and subtenant when one subleases space.
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Sandwich Lease: Leasing arrangement under which the lessee becomes a lessor by subletting the property.
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