re-lease

re-lease

[ree-lees]
verb (used with object), re-leased, re-leasing.
1.
to lease again.
2.
Law. to make over (land, property, etc.), as to another.
noun
3.
a contract for re-leasing land or property.
4.
the land or property re-leased.

Origin:
1820–30; re- + lease

re-lease, release.
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