Since the need to rent legally usually only appears later, most tenants do not pose a subletting problem when negotiating the lease. So if you ever have to sublet the place for any reason, you should always inform the owner first. If you have a good relationship with the landlord and have a reasonable reason for the need to sublet, it is possible that the landlord will respond to your request. Especially if you were a good tenant (you take care of the property and pay the rent on time). Of course, no landlord will have requests to divide the premises to cover your rental costs, so be reasonable! If you have confirmed that a subletting case has occurred, immediately inform the primary tenant of the violation. All notifications should also be made in black and white to ensure the smooth running of all actions envisaged in the future (e.g. B termination of the rental contract, eviction, claim for damages, etc. .
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