The California Sublease Agreement that can be used in conjunction with a California rental lease or a California lease agreement. It is to be used when a tenant creates a sublease in order to rent to a subtenant.
Steps to Fill the California Sublease Agreement
- Enter the date of the sublease agreement, the tenant’s name, the subtenant’s name, and subtenant’s current address.
- Enter the address and a description of the premises.
- Enter the sublease term length as well as the sublease start date and the sublease end date.
- Enter the base monthly rent and the date on which rent is to be paid. Enter any prorated rent that is to be paid upon the execution of the sublease.
- Enter the security deposit amount. Subtenant and tenant agree to be bound by the terms of master lease regarding the terms of the security deposit.
- Indicate how the premises will be used.
- Tenant agrees that the premises are in compliance with local codes and ordinances, and subtenant agrees that the premises are in satisfactory condition.
- Subtenant and tenant agree to be bound by the master lease. Enter landlord’s name. Attach a copy of the master lease. No changes can be made to the sublease without consent of the landlord.
- Subtenant agrees to pay broker’s fees. Enter broker’s name and the fee amount.
- The prevailing party will be entitled to recover attorney’s fees, if necessary.
- Indicate any additional provisions.
- All parties agree that the sublease terms will be subject to California law. Enter the appropriate county.
- California Civil Code § 1951.4
- The tenant, the subtenant, and the landlord must sign and date this California Sublease Agreement, which complies with California Civil Code § 1951.4.