Do you need a sublease agreement for an office space/lot, or is a sublet contract a breach any of the rental contract by the renant and do i need a new rental and execute a new office lease with sub-tenant...
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Subrent section 544 civil and commercial code
When you sublet, as opposed to lease assignment, your office lease contract with the owner remains fully binding upon you.
You cannot breach any of the terms in your rental contract, say by giving more rights or allowing your sub tenant to do more than you are allowed under your own office lease. You remain responsible and you cannot give away more than you have yourself.
Your lease must allow sublet, otherwise you are in breach of your lease contract and the landlord could terminated your lease pursuant section 544 civil and commercial code.
You have to execute a new office (sub-)rental agreement with the (sub-)tenant.
Section 544 civil and commercial code: 'Unless otherwise provided by the lease contract, a tenant cannot sublet or transfer his rights in the whole or part of the property hired to a third person'. If the tenant (lessee) fails to comply with this provision the landlord/ lessor may terminate the lease contract.