Oregon Sublease Agreement Template

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A Michigan month-to-month lease agreement allows for a property owner and tenant to come to a rental arrangement that has no set end date and may be terminated or altered by either party with at least one (1) month’s notice. Even though this type of agreement may be terminated with little notice, the eviction process remains the same as that of a standard one-year lease agreement. Therefore landlords are recommended to have a rental application completed by every potential tenant….

The Arkansas sublease agreement is a contract which involves the tenant of a rented property (called the “sublessor”) leasing the property out to a third-party called a “sublessee.” The sublessor should remember to inform the landlord whenever there is another party assisting to pay prior to drafting a sublease agreement. In the case that the sublessee does not make a payment to the sublessor for a certain month, the sublessor has to pay the rent to the landlord in full by…

The Washington commercial lease agreement lets a property owner of retail, office, or industrial type space rent to a business (tenant) operating as an individual or entity. (If the business is an entity, the landlord will want to verify it’s existence with the Secretary of State’s office.) The lease agreement document will be presented to the person representing the business by the landlord and the terms and conditions contained therein will be negotiated between the two parties. Details such as…

The Nebraska month-to-month lease agreement is a form that allows a tenant to rent property from a landlord with no predetermined end date to the contract. The agreement is perpetual as long as both parties continue to abide by the terms and conditions, or until a termination notice is officially delivered. Nebraska landlords should understand that they must still abide by the same eviction laws as a standard long-term lessee. Therefore, it is advised that the landlord screen every lessee…

The Minnesota sublease agreement, or roommate contract, allows a person holding a lease for a rental property (the “sublessor”) to engage with another individual (the “sublessee”) to either rent a portion of, or the entire rental property. Typically, a standard lease agreement in Minnesota will bar the act of subletting. If this is the case, the sublessor will have to get the written permission from the landlord stating otherwise. The sublessor will bear the liability for the sublessee’s actions. Meaning…