Delaware Sublease Agreement
A Delaware sublease agreement is a legal contract between a tenant and another party, known as a subtenant, who agrees to take over the tenancy of a rental property from the tenant. The agreement outlines the terms and conditions of the sublease, including the duration of the sublease, the amount of rent, the utilities and other services that the subtenant is to provide, and any other restrictions or obligations of either party.
Per Delaware § 5508, tenants can sublet the rental so long it doesn’t specify in the signed lease agreement that they can’t. Additionally, landlords cannot deny a tenant’s right to sublease for unjust reasons.