Sandwich rent

Sandwich rent – this legal term finds application in the Property Law. It details a situation in which the tenant, once signed a contract with the property owner, then rents out the property to a third party. Tenants usually do it for a higher amount, where they make a profit from the difference in rents. The third party usually does not have any legal relation, neither any obligation, directly towards the property owner. In this way, the tenant makes a profit from renting the property out to the third party. Sandwich rent is not always possible dough. Because the property owner may not agree their tenant rents it out to third parties. This applies when the landlord rents the property in first place namely because of the figure of the particular tenant.

See also “Rent”
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