A Connecticut sublease agreement empowers a tenant to contract with another party, known as a subtenant, to reside at and pay rent for the property. Subleasing can be a challenging legal procedure, because the original lease agreement extended only to those who signed it, not third parties like a subtenant. Tenants should talk with their landlord before considering a sublease arrangement, and should be careful when choosing a subtenant, because the tenant remains responsible for monthly rent if the subtenant fails to pay.
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