Even if a principal tenancy agreement does not contain a reconquest clause, it may require the tenant/subtenant to give 100% to the landlord the rent he receives from his subletting beyond his main rent, thus preventing the tenant from benefiting from the rental of his surface. A provision where landlords and tenants share 50% of over-rentals is common and fairer. Commercial leases often contain an SNDA. It is an agreement between the tenant and the landlord that describes the specific rights of the tenant and the landlord. The SNDA may also provide information on other third parties such as the lender`s lender or the purchaser of the property. There are three parts: the subordination clause, the non-interference clause and the attornation clause. Attornment in a commercial lease is similar. The attorning clause in an SNDA requires the tenant to recognize the new owner of the property as its owner, whether the new owner purchased the property through a normal sale or enforced execution. The clause also requires the tenant to continue to pay rent to the new landlord for the remainder of the tenancy period. Although there are some number of agreements that a lessor wishes to include in an agreement, some are more significant: the subtenant cannot continue to sublet the subleased premises or to cede his interest to subletting without the agreement of the lessor (these restrictions may or may not be necessary in the lease premium depending on the language of the transfer/sublease clause); Tenants and subtenants cannot modify the subletting without the landlord`s prior written consent; When a notice of delay is made by the tenant to the subtenant or vice versa, a simultaneous copy of the notification is made available to the lessor; The subtenant must provide financial information or certificates at the landlord`s request. and the subtenant agrees to take over insurance, waiver of the right to recover or compensation provisions (for example.B. the lessor may ask the subtenant to take over liability insurance that designates the lessor and others as additional insured). If a tenant asks for the landlord`s agreement for a sublease, the landlord will rightly focus on the business.

Who`s the tenant? What is his financial situation? What will she do in the rented premises? Does this correspond to the mix of the tenants of the building? Assuming, however, that the owner is in favour of approval, the owner should draw his attention to the many definitive issues that raise sublease.