A Nevada sublease agreement is a rental arrangement wherein a sublessee rents residential property from the master tenant (the “sublessor”) whose name is on the original lease. Tenants will commonly sublease their residence during periods of travel or to cover the rest of their lease when moving out before the end of its term.
As per the agreement, the sublessee makes monthly payments to the sublessor to cover rent and utilities, who will in turn transfer the funds to the landlord. The sublessor will also be held responsible for any breach of the lease by the sublessee. If a tenant subleases the landlord’s property in contravention of their lease, the landlord can evict them with three (3) days’ notice.
Laws – NRS 118B.040(2)(h)