Kentucky Sublease Agreement

The Kentucky Sublease Agreement allows tenants currently under a binding lease (called “sublessors”) to rent out the rented room, apartment, or home to another tenant for the remainder of the original lease’s term. The new tenant (called the “sublessee”), will not report to the landlord, but to the sublessor – who is required to collect rent and ensure the new tenant abides by the terms and conditions of the sublease. Although the original lease and the new sublease agreement are two completely different contracts, the sublease should contain the same rules as is listed in the original lease.