Be careful when choosing who you want to sublet to. If they cause damage or don`t pay the rent, you may have to pay. As long as you have permission from the landlord, you can sublet any type of housing such as a house, condo or apartment. However, a tenant can also sublet part of the premises to a subtenant, for example. B: You must obtain permission from your landlord to sublet your place to a particular person. But your landlord can`t refuse for no reason. For example, if that person has caused problems for a landlord in the past, such as.B. Damage to the property or non-payment of rent If your landlord doesn`t let you be sublet, you can ask the landlord and the tenancy committee for permission to sublet or terminate your tenancy agreement. You may also be able to go to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. If your landlord lets you sublet, they may charge you a fee. The fee can`t be more than what your landlord had to spend on things like a credit check and advertising, if the landlord found the new tenant. You must enter into an agreement with your subcontractor, which ends on a specific date. This date must be: You may not have the right to sublet if you live in: If you want to leave your place for a while and move back in later, you may be can sublet to someone else while you`re gone.
The person you are subletting to is called a subtenant. It is preferable to conclude this agreement in writing. If your agreement with your subordinate does not have a definitive end date, you may lose your right to reinstate one day. You can`t charge your subtenant a higher rent than the landlord charges you. A sublet is common when a tenant has to move temporarily during their rental period and finds a third party to take care of the rents during their time. . . .