An Idaho sublease agreement allows a tenant (or “sublessor”) to rent out all or part of their rental property to a new tenant (or “subtenant”). Tenants must get permission from their landlord before subletting the property. In most cases, the tenant’s lease will have a section that allows or disallows them from subletting.
Subleases in Idaho must follow the same terms and conditions of the original lease. However, the tenant may add additional terms and conditions to the sublease. For example, if the landlord allows smoking, but the existing tenant doesn’t want the subtenant to smoke on the property, they can add a No Smoking clause to the sublease. A tenant cannot add anything to a sublease agreement that would violate the subtenant’s rights under Idaho law.