Tennessee Sublease Agreement Template

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Updated June 03, 2022

A Tennessee sublease agreement provides a sub-lessor and sub-lessee the ability to put a sublet arrangement in writing. Sublease contracts act as a security precaution for both tenants as well as the property owner/manager, who must consent to the subletting of their property by issuing their signature on the sublease or a separate consent form. Despite all parties being involved in some ways, the sub-lessee and property owner/manager are not bound directly by contract. Typically, the primary benefit of a sublease is its ability to aid the sub-lessor in meeting the demands of the master lease simultaneously in place with the property manager. The sub-lessor may find entering a sublet living situation necessary for various reasons. For instance, the sub-lessor may be looking to move from the property but wishes not to break their lease before its termination date. Note that the sub-lessor remains responsible for the care of the property, any other general upkeep of the premises, and rental amounts owed.

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