New Jersey Sublease Agreement


The New Jersey sublease agreement is a legal tool that permits an existing tenant to lease their rented property to another party until the original lease term concludes. Before initiating this process, it’s crucial for the current tenant to verify there are no restrictions against subleasing in their original lease.

If subleasing is allowed, the agreement can be drafted, typically detailing key aspects such as rent payments, expectations for property maintenance, and the sublease duration. Despite the existence of this sublease agreement, the initial tenant continues to hold responsibility for the property as dictated by their original lease with the landlord. This agreement offers a structured way for tenants to transfer their lease obligations while maintaining their overall accountability for the leased property.