Arizona Sublease Agreement
The Arizona Sublease Agreement creates a legal bond between a tenant (the “sublessor”) locked into a lease and a new tenant (called the “sublessee”) that will be taking over the original tenant’s lease. The sublessor will thus be bound by two agreements, one with the landlord and the other with the new tenant living in the property. Much like the original agreement, the sublessee will be bound by a set of rules regarding rent, utilities, the lease term, etc. In the state of Arizona, there are no rules regarding subleasing, although landlords can include provisions that either permit it or disallow it. Because of this, it’s very important tenants check their lease conditions prior to completing and signing a sublease contract.
Sublessor Screening: Arizona Rental Application
Statute: No statute for residential leasing (only mobile homes).
Subleasing Allowed? Tenants should check the signed lease to see if the landlord permits subleasing.