Consider preparing a Florida Sublease Agreement if you need to find a replacement tenant when you are leaving your house for a considerable period of time or reduce the costs of renting the commercial property by sharing the office or store space with another company. As long as you have the permission of the landlord to sublet the rental unit, whether it was given in the original lease or obtained later in writing, it is possible to create a sublease and get rid of unnecessary financial burden while the property owner keeps receiving regular rent payment.
A properly drafted sublease should identify the tenant and subtenant, contain a reference to the lease and explain the reasoning behind the sublease, indicate the legal address of the property in question, define the term of the sublease, and outline the payment details - the subtenant may pay directly to the landlord or the tenant can act as an intermediary. Additionally, the document needs to specify who will cover the costs such as utilities and repairs and permit the subtenant to keep pets or furnish the premises at their own expense.
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