Minnesota Sublease Agreement
The Minnesota Sublease Agreement is a legal rental document used by tenants bound under an official residential lease to vacate a currently-rented property without needlessly paying rent for a home or apartment going unused. Before introducing a new tenant into the property, the original tenant will need to examine the lease initially signed for the rented property. If it states subleasing is permitted, the tenant is good to go. In the majority of cases, the lease will require permission from the landlord. As long as the new tenant is trustworthy and doesn’t appear suspicious, the landlord cannot unreasonably prevent subleasing from occurring.