Consent to Sublease-Landlord and Tenant-California

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When subleasing, a tenant transfers some of their rights under a lease to a third party. In most cases, a tenant must have their landlord’s approval before entering into a sublease agreement. This product states the consent to sublease, including the recitals, use of premises, continuing liability, continuing enforcement of lease, sublease subordinate to lease, rent, assignment and subletting, notices, termination of lease, governing law in California, and the entire agreement.

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When subleasing, a tenant transfers some of their rights under a lease to a third party. In most cases, a tenant must have their landlord’s approval before entering into a sublease agreement. This product states the consent to sublease, including the recitals, use of premises, continuing liability, continuing enforcement of lease, sublease subordinate to lease, rent, assignment and subletting, notices, termination of lease, governing law in California, and the entire agreement.

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