Definition of undertenant in English:


Line breaks: under|ten¦ant
Pronunciation: /ˈʌndətɛnənt


A subtenant.
More example sentences
  • They are concerned about the loss made by the proposed undertenant and the low value of the net worth of the proposed undertenant and the proposed guarantor.
  • The subtenant may also grant a further lease of the same premises (an underlease) to an undertenant, as long as the underlease is for a shorter period than the sublease.
  • It also ordered both the tenant and the undertenant to pay damages based on the lost premium.



noun (plural undertenancies)

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