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Sub Lease Package

This package contains essential legal documents to help you prior to and during the process of subleasing a rental property.

This package contains essential legal documents to help you prior to and during the process of subleasing a rental property. It contains documents that are vital for addressing legal issues that may arise between a landlord, tenant and subtenant prior to or as a result of a sublease of a particular property.

The documents in this package include the following:

1. Application for Sublease

2. Letter from Tenant to Landlord -Landlord?s Refusal to Allow Sublease is Unreasonable

3. Letter from Landlord to Tenant- Sublease Granted, Rent Paid by Sub-Tenant, Old Tenant Released from Liability for Rent

4. Letter from Landlord to Tenant-Sublease Granted, Rent Paid by Sub-Tenant, but Tenant Still Liable for Rent and Damages

5. Letter from Tenant to Landlord Containing Request for Permission to Sublease

6. Sublease of an Apartment

Tips for Preparing Oregon Tenant Notice Forms

  1. Pay out by the due date. Don't be late on rent and keep your credit score and history clear and trustworthy. If you’ve run into financial difficulties before, tell your landlord beforehand.
  2. Stick to the Oregon Tenant Notice Forms terms. The rental contract saves both you and the owner. Therefore, the parties should adhere to the conditions and terms that they accept. In case you are unable to meet a rental contract condition, discuss it with the homeowner instead of trying to hide it.
  3. Try to look for some common ground along with your property owner. There’s no reason to become good friends, but you need to talk from time to time, so it's better to do so in a pleasant way.
  4. Renew your Oregon Tenant Notice Forms. A lot of tenants believe this is a homeowner's duty to remember to update the rent purchase agreement. While it seems sensible, it is recommended to talk to your homeowner and decide about renewal in advance. Otherwise, you risk being left homeless.
  5. Consider having a guarantor. If you don't have a rental history, the property owner can request you to get a guarantor. You can select your parents and employer, or university. Nobody will disturb your guarantor as long as you keep in touch with your agent and fulfill the terms of the arrangement.

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