superior landlord

superior landlord
Property may be subject to a lease and then a chain of underleases. Where you are dealing with a tenant, his superior landlord is the lessor of his lease. If you are a tenant under an under-lease, you may be concerned with the terms of your landlord's own lease, in particular consents and other covenants which apply to your own occupation.

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