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Oak Grove’s apartments. Pedro’s transfer of his interest in the lease to Quito for a period shorter than the lease term is an assignment. an eviction. a right of entry. a sublease.
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User: Oak Grove’s apartments. Pedro’s transfer of his interest in the lease to Quito for a period shorter than the lease term is an assignment. an eviction. a right of entry. a sublease.

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Asked 4/4/2013 9:57:15 PM
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Oak Grove’s apartments. Pedro’s transfer of his interest in the lease to Quito for a period shorter than the lease term is a sublease.
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