New Hampshire Sublease Agreement


The New Hampshire sublease agreement is a legal framework that enables an existing tenant to introduce a new tenant to a leased property if they can’t continue residing there. This agreement outlines the terms and conditions the new tenant, or ‘sublessee,’ must adhere to during their tenancy.

Despite enabling a new tenant to take over the lease, the agreement maintains the original tenant’s (sublessor’s) liability under the initial lease agreement with the landlord. This means the sublessor is still responsible for paying rent and ensuring the sublessee abides by the lease terms. Given this, it’s crucial for the sublessor to conduct a thorough vetting process and engage in clear communication with the potential sublessee to prevent future complications.