So you Say You're Subleasing


These days, subleasing is a common way for downsizing businesses to deal with excess space. A sublease relationship involves potential risks for both parties, however. The subleasing tenant (sublandlord) may be put in default by their subtenant's activities. Conversely subtenants run the risk of losing their space because of the sublandlord's default. Understanding and mitigating these risks is key.

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Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Commercial Real Estate Updates

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