Nevada Sublease Agreement Form

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The Nevada Sub-Lease Agreement Form reports the exact agreement that Sub-Lessor and Sub-Lessee have entered as it was approved in their final negotiations. Sub-leases are just as binding as lease agreements in this state when documented correctly and lawfully. Thus, once this agreement is signed by both parties it will be expected that each will uphold his/her responsibilities and obligations, as dictated by this document, for the duration of its lifetime time or term. The exact period of time and dates will need to be filled in, along with a host of other information. This is a basic agreement and additional terms and conditions may be attached to it.

However, the negotiable terms entered by the preparer of this document must be within the confines of the original lease signed by the Sub-Lessor with the Property Owner. That is, only a Property Owner may offer what is in the lease to a tenant. That tenant may be able to Sublet the property to a third party (the Sub-Lessee or Sub-Tenant) but may not offer more amenities or offer residence for a period of time that goes beyond the termination date listed in the Master Lease held with the Landlord/Property Owner. The Sub-Lessor simply does not have the right to guarantee such things as he/she does not own the property. However, operating within the confines of the Master Lease and the Nevada Fair Housing Act is likely to produce a favorable agreement between the Sub-Lessor and Sub-Lessee.

How to Write

Step 1 – In the first paragraph, enter the Name and Address of the Sub-Lessor in the first two blank spaces.

Step 2 – In the first paragraph, enter the Name and Address of the Sub-Lessee in the following two blank spaces.

Step 3 – In the second paragraph, list the Street Address and the City of the leased property.

Step 4 – In “Term,” place a check mark next to the type of lease this is. If this is a Fixed Sub-lease supply the Date Range the lease will be in effect. However, if this is a Month-to-Month or Week-to-Week Agreement, place a check mark in the appropriate box then enter the Start Date and how many days’ notice the party terminating the lease of the intent to do so.

Step 5 – In “Utilities,” section II, make a list of all the utilities/services the Sub-Lessee will pay for while the sub-lease is in effect.

Step 6 – In the “Security Deposit” section, enter the amount of money the Landlord shall hold as insured payment against any damages caused by the Tenant. This amount will be released back to the Tenant should there be no damages caused.

Step 7 – In the “Other” section, document any additional terms and conditions both signing parties wish to have included in this agreement.

Step 8 – In “Landlord’s Consent,” indicate if this sublease requires the Landlord’s explicit consent to be binding. If so, check the first box. If not, check the second box.

Step 9 – In “Flag of the United States of America,” report any necessary instructions for the Tenant should they choose to.

Step 10 – In “Date & Signature” section, enter the Date the signature parties are entering the agreement. Below this each once, Sub-Lessor and Sub-Lessee, should sign and print their names. There will also be room for each one to have a Witness to the signature sign and print his/her name as well. Should the Sub-Lessee be underage a Parent/Guardian must sign and print their names to give consent. Finally, the Landlord may choose to consent by signing and printing his name.

Step 11 – If the Original Lease and an Inventory Checklist is attached, all signature parties must provide their initials as verification of receiving such documents with this lease.