North Dakota Sublease Agreement


A North Dakota sublease agreement is a legal document enabling an existing tenant to allow another individual to take their place in a property they are currently leasing. It’s important to note that Title 47 (“Property”) of the North Dakota Code, which governs lease agreements in the state, doesn’t specifically address subleases.

Therefore, the permissibility of a sublease is contingent on the specific terms of the original lease agreement to which the tenant is a party. If the lease permits subleasing, the tenant can proceed with drafting the sublease agreement. This agreement typically outlines the rights and responsibilities of the subtenant, the duration of the sublease, and other relevant terms. However, the original tenant usually remains responsible for the property under the terms of their lease with the landlord, making selecting a reliable subtenant crucial.