Note. Michigan law establishes rights and obligations for parties to leases. This agreement is necessary to respect the truth in the rent law. If you have a question about the interpretation or legitimacy of a provision in this agreement, you can contact a lawyer or other qualified person. This should not be less than the 12-point type size, or in readable print with letters should not be less than 1/8 inch (Me. Comp. Law 554.634). If the rental contract or lease does not indicate this, the lessor must account for the provision (in a visible location for a reasonable person) in the property management office, the rental centre, the lobby, etc., or the written statement must be served on the tenant at the time of signing the tenancy agreement. Be sure to fill out an inventory list before passing the keys and let your subtenant finish one. Decide in advance who is responsible for the damage at the end of the lease. The amount of the surety and the liability for damages must be included in your sublet contract (cdn.offcampusimages.com/public/resource/uqz_1a8_y7buylubhpvptjpybbclhyvb4te5rl_0jwc.pdf). Subleasing is an agreement that your student can make with another person to pay the rent and live in their room while they are away. In Michigan, homeowners are required to include information about the Truth in Renting Act in their leases. In the communication, it must be said that the renter-tenant laws of each state have different requirements for what must be disclosed in a tenancy agreement.
Michigan is no different. There are three things you must have. Have your student write everything down. You can use the rental agreement and inventory list provided on the Off-Campus Housing website to make the process more fluid. This will determine when the subtenants live in the space, who is responsible for any damage during the extract and much more. The subtenant should receive a copy of the original lease, as he is also responsible for the maintenance. Based on Michigan laws, if a tenant wishes to sublet the property they are renting, the landlord will not be able to prevent them. There are no specific rules when it comes to sublesing in this state, but the owner will probably want to be informed if this type of agreement occurs.
The lessor cannot prevent a sublease agreement from entering into force if the original lease stipulates that it is not allowed on the land. If a sublease is not permitted, the subtenant could be considered to have a decomposition, which could be grounds for termination against the original tenant.