Does A Sublessor Have Any Rights Against The Landlord?

As a general rule, if the sublessor and the landlord both signed the sublease, the sublease constitutes a valid contract. In that case, any rights which the sublessor is granted under the sublease are generally held up in a court of law. Hence, to determine a sublessor`s rights, you must refer to the written sublease itself.

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