South Carolina Sublease Agreement Template

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The Oregon commercial lease agreement is a document used for business tenants seeking to occupy an industrial, office, or retail space. The rental term is typically between one (1) and five (5) years with options to renew at the tenant’s decision. Rental increases may either be fixed, adjusted to the Consumer Price Index (CPI – see link), or negotiated in “good faith” at the time of the term end date. All business tenants should have their background reviewed by the…

The Hawaii sublease agreement is a document used by a tenant renting a property who would like to lease a portion of it or all of it to a secondary tenant, called a sublessee. The sublessor, master tenant, will want to check in with their landlord to ensure that they’re okay with such an arrangement. Generally speaking, the master tenant will be liable for any unpaid rent by the sublessee as well as any damage caused to the property. Should the…

The Rhode Island standard residential lease agreement is a document designed for landlords looking to rent livable space to a tenant for a period of one (1) year or more. Terms of the rental arrangement should be discussed between the two parties before any agreement is signed. This will include particulars such as length of lease, termination date and conditions, rent payment amount and time, and rights and responsibilities of both parties. Once the terms are agreed upon, the parties will inscribe…

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 Texas month-to-month lease agreement, often referred to as a “Tenancy at Will,” allows an individual to rent residential property without a specific end-date. In other words, the rental arrangement between the landlord and tenant will remain in perpetuity until either the lessor or lessee sends notice to terminate the agreement. All other aspects of this lease agreement are the same as any standard residential contract. Once a landlord has accepted an applicant as a tenant, they will present them…