Louisiana Sub-Lease Agreement
The Louisiana sublease agreement is meant for tenants seeking to rent space they are currently under contract, for either a shared (roommate) or complete sublet arrangement. The tenant holding the master lease with the landlord is referred to as the sublessor, and they will be in complete control and obtain all the liability for any new tenant, or sublessee. For these reasons it is crucial that the sublessor mandate that any potential sublessee complete a rental application to verify that they will be able to pay the monthly amount on time.
Lead-Based Paint – Required by federal law for any residence built before 1978 due to the existence of this material on the premises.
Move-in Checklist – Not required by law but advised to be used by the Attorney General for any type of lease that requires a Security Deposit.