Oregon Sub-lease Agreement
The Oregon sublease agreement may be designed for a tenant looking to rent either their entire space or a bedroom to someone else. The permission from the landlord must always be obtained if the original lease agreement does not state that subletting is allowed. The original tenant, or sublessor, is going to be held liable for any damage and will remain responsible for making the monthly payment stated in the master agreement even if the new tenant, or sublessee, does not pay. All State laws should be followed (Statute 90.555) and the following disclosures must be given to any subtenants.
- Carbon Monoxide – If there are any devices that omit this substance into the air the landlord must have provided testers and this disclosure shows a tenant how to use it.
- Flooding – Only for use if the property is in the 100-year flood map.
- Lead-Paint – The sublessor may have to check and see if the property was built prior to 1978. If so, this form must be attached to the sublease.
- Smoking Policy – The original tenant should pass-on the same form that they received from the landlord at lease signing unless the sublessor would like something different.