Minnesota Sublease Agreement Template

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Updated June 03, 2022

A Minnesota sublease agreement details the leasing terms of a sublet arrangement between a sub-lessor and sub-lessee regarding a rental property in which the sub-lessor is a current tenant. In many cases, a sublet living situation allows the sub-lessor to lighten the burden of the original lease held with the property owner/manager. The newly integrated sub-tenant may assist with rental costs, utilities, groceries, and any other finances. Despite creating a separate sublease, the sub-lessor will still be held responsible to the property manager under the original lease (also known as a “master lease”). However, unless the master lease prohibits subletting of the property, the original tenant may opt to move out and allow the sub-tenant to move in. A sublease agreement between the sub-lessor and sub-lessee should be documented as such for the security of all parties. Note that the sublease must not extend benefits or entitlements beyond the power of the master lease, nor should it exceed in duration past the master lease’s end date.

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