Subleases are best used if they have been approved by the lessor or home manager, when the original tenants cannot enter into the terms of their lease, need to move, be temporarily relocated or move into a roommate. It can be used to sublet any type of commercial premises, including offices, industrial units such as factories, warehouses and workshops and land. Although a new lease is being entered into between the Sublandlord and the subcontractor, the original lease is under development. It is important to know, at the beginning of a lease, what subletting and assignment entails and what are the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords in this area. Leases can and often end in litigation. Because of the actions of your tenants, you rightly feel violated. Their tenants violated the terms of the rental agreement, which explicitly stated that a sublet was not allowed. If your property is an HMO, subletting could be a serious problem for you. There are very strict rules governing the number of people allowed to live legally in a CMO. The number of occupants in a property is limited by the size of the rooms in the property.
From time to time, while there may be a temporary contract during the lease, you may need to leave; For example, you can no longer afford the rent, you have to move for a job, etc. Normally, you cannot terminate a rental agreement unless your landlord does not comply with their rental obligations, there is an interruption clause or you and the lessor agree to terminate the lease prematurely.