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Georgia Residential Sublease Agreement


A Georgia Residential Sublease is taking over the dwelling unit of another tenant for the duration of their tenancy. This is a 3 page PDF document.

See the Georgia Notice to Pay or Quit for the nonpayment of rent.

Assume an existing tenancy with a Georgia Residential Sublease Agreement. This document grants an exclusive right to a person to take over the house or apartment from a tenant who wishes to move out. As long as the landlord agrees to accept the new tenant and the terms of the sublease, they can take possession for the remaining months or years of tenancy.

What does Georgia Law Say?

Georgia Required Disclosures

Flood Disclosure (§ 44-7-20) – If flooding has occurred three or more times in the last five years, the landlord must disclose this information to the prospective tenant before leasing the property.

Owner and Manger (§ 44-7-3) – A landlord must disclose the names and addresses of the property owner and manager to this tenant.

Existing Property Damage (§ 44-7-33) – A landlord must give the tenant a comprehensive list of any existing damage to the premises before collecting a security deposit.

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