A sublease allows your tenant to lease out the premises to a third party and act as the landlord. In an assignment (often mislabeled a sublease), your tenant legally substitutes a third party who assumes all of the rights and responsibilities of the lease. In other words, the third party simply steps into the shoes of the old tenant.
Sublease and Assignments
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