When your tenant wants to sublet to a new tenant, they will need your written permission. In fact, in most lease agreements, tenants are not permitted to sublease their interests without the prior written consent of their landlord. This is typical for many contracts and is especially true in real estate transactions, where it's essential that all exchanges and transfers be detailed on paper. Because successful property management begins with good documentation, LegalZoom offers a Landlord Consent to Sublease you can use to confirm in writing your approval of your tenant's sublease. A LegalZoom Landlord Consent to Sublease gives you:
- Essential Documentation: Ensure all parties understand the obligations that are being transferred and the responsibilities that they will have.
- Dos & Don'ts: Learn about important factors to consider during the consent process.
- Detailed Instructions: Learn how to understand the terms of your consent.