Connecticut SubLease Agreement
Download and complete the Connecticut sublease agreement which gives a tenant the right to bind a fellow individual to occupy space they are currently renting from a residential property owner. Most all standard leases do not allow the tenant to sublet the property while under agreement. Therefore, in most cases, the tenant will have to seek the permission from the property owner in order to sublet the premises to someone else.
The tenant conducting the sublet, or sublessor, must keep in mind that they will be liable for all acts of their new tenant, or “sublessee”. This includes if the sublessee does not make rent payment, conducts damage on the property, or breaks any of the terms in the original lease with the landlord that would qualify for eviction.