This legal form can be used by a Tenant to rent out their rental unit. This agreement requires all 3 parties (Landlord, Tenant, and Subtenant) to sign. The Landlord consents to the . You need to read the DL Guide to know what is and isn’t legal with respect to residential subleases. For example, did you know that the Tenant cannot charge more to the Sub-Tenant than what the Landlord is charging the Tenant? Also, did you know that there is no overholding period with respect to the Sub-Tenant (i.e. after the term or period of sub-tenancy expires, the term or period is not automatically renewed – unlike with a regular lease agreement!). Sub-Tenants are not necessarily equal under the law to Tenants.
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Here’s the sample Video Guide that comes with this Residential Sublease Agreement:
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