Because of the complexity of a sublease agreement and the additional responsibility that a subtenant must assume, it is important to use a detailed and state-specific sublease form. This manual contains step-by-step instructions for creating a basic model of sublease agreements that comply with the law in the State of California. A sublease agreement is a unique agreement since it imposes on the sublease the dual role of tenant and owner. This confers considerable responsibility on the subpayer. The sublet is required to remedy any violation of his initial lease, even if these are made by the subtenant. In most cases, the name of the subtenant is not mentioned in the original rental agreement, so the original tenant or tenant is ultimately responsible for the transfer of missed rents to the lessor. The sub-supplier may also pay for damage to the underreliable or evacuation of the sub-reliable. The subtenant would be solely responsible for correcting this type of situation, as stated in their initial rental agreement, while taking appropriate legal action against the subtenant. . .