Connecticut Sublease Agreement

The Connecticut Sublease Agreement is a legal contract signed between a sublessee and subtenant (the original tenant), and states the terms and requirements that the sublessee is required to follow until the end of the lease term. Connecticut law does not strictly indicate whether subleasing is permissible or not – the first step is to check the original lease to see whether the landlord doesn’t allow it or requires a written request from the tenant. The subtenant will still be held entirely responsible for the property, as the original lease will still be in effect; if the sublessee damages the rental, doesn’t pay rent, or harasses other tenants, it will be the subtenant’s responsibility to resolve the situation.