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Sub letting

Posted by emily brand-306844 - Created: 5 years ago
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Posted by Ba&Ke - 5 years ago

Always wise to try to sub let to someone you know and can trust.

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Posted by job-212223 - 5 years ago

More to the point, how do you know the tenant you are going to sub let to will pay the rent, and leave when you return?Personally I wouldn't chance it, you may find you are unable to re enter your apt when you want to return as 'your' tenant refuses to leave!A lot to consider.

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Posted by 13BB - 5 years ago

as long as you comply with insurance laws its fine! insurance companies rule in France.

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Posted by CHERIE-207793 - 5 years ago

Surely the "sub"tenant can insure the property for the time he is there? We lent our newly purchased house to friends for 3 months before we moved in and their insurance company issued a temporary policy for them.

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Posted by 13BB - 5 years ago

doesn't work that way even if the landlord agrees the insurance policy will be void in case of fire, water leaks of burglary the tenant under contract can be sued into stationary orbit!

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Posted by Ba&Ke - 5 years ago

The law says that you must get the landlord's agreement in writing before you can sub let. I certainly wouldn't sub let without speaking to your landlord.