Georgia Sublease Agreement Template

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The Georgia Sublease Agreement Template will act as a written lease between a sub-lessor and sub-lessee when they decide to embark upon a landlord/tenant relationship. In such an arrangement two lease agreements will concern one of the parties. The sub-lessor can only be a sub-lessor if they are a legal tenant of the property owner or property management entity and have the right to rent this space to another party. When a tenant does decide to rent a property they are renting to another party they will become a landlord to that individual. This means that a sub-lessor, must fulfill the obligations of a tenant with his/her landlord while simultaneously fulfilling the obligations of a landlord to the individual(s) he or she is renting the space to.

This seems to be a fruitless endeavor however, it does serve its purpose. For instance, suppose a tenant has a job opportunity that is in another city. He or she may approach the landlord regarding an early termination, however, a landlord does have the right to hold this tenant financially responsible for the rest of the months remaining on the lease. This may leave the tenant with an unfortunate financial choice of possibly risking court action from the landlord should they break the lease, assuming the costly action of a commute across cities, or simply giving up a professionally lucrative opportunity. A tenant may be able to avoid all such contingencies if they obtain permission to sub-lease the rental. By doing so, they meet their financial obligation to the landlord by making sure the landlord receives the rent money for the remainder of the lease. This will free that tenant to physically leave the property while fulfilling their tenant responsibility and not being required to pay the two rents for the same period of time in two different cities.

How to Write

Step 1 – Enter the name of the lessor on the first blank line. This is the name of the individual holding a lease with the landlord who shall rent it to a third party.

Step 2 – Enter the name of the sub-lessee who will be renting and living on the rented property

Step 3 – Enter the name of the sub-lessee on the third blank line

Step 4 – Enter the name of the individual renting out the property next to the word (Lessee).

Step 5 – Enter the day, month, and year the agreement shall start.

Step 6 – Enter the day, month, and year the agreement shall terminate.

Step 7 – At the bottom of the first page, enter the day, month, and year of this agreement. Then both the lessor and sub-lessee must sign the document.

Step 8 – Repeat steps 1-7 for the second page.