Updated on July 14th, 2021
The Wyoming sublease agreement is a form that allows the renting of property from a sublessor (tenant with a lease) to a sublessee (the person moving into the sublessor’s space). Subleasing is often employed when a tenant has to relocate temporarily but doesn’t want to break their lease and relinquish occupancy rights at their current residence. While an ideal solution for some, subleasing can prove to be a risky endeavor; any problems caused by the sublessee are the sublessor’s responsibility. Subleasing is dangerous for landlords as well which is why many leases either prohibit the act altogether.