Kansas Sublease Agreement
A Kansas sublease agreement allows a tenant to act as a secondary landlord, re-renting their space to a new tenant. This allows the original tenant to leave the property without breaking the lease or having to pay rent for a property that goes unused. Prior to subleasing, the tenant should go through the original rental contract – if it doesn’t mention subleasing, it can be assumed that the landlord doesn’t mind. To avoid any issues, informing the landlord of their intent to sublease is recommended.
While the 4-page form covers the major points of the agreement, it is designed to be a basic overview of the contract, as the original lease should be attached. By attaching the contract, the tenant understands they are bound by the terms the landlord originally set.