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Lease Subordination Agreement Basics

If you're renting property that's not owned outright by the landlord, or you're a landlord who wants to guarantee a renter's lease, you can use a Lease Subordination Agreement to help ensure that the tenant remains on the property during the length of the lease . With this agreement, tenants can stay in the property, regardless of who owns it.

Use the Lease Subordination Agreement document if:

  • You're a landlord leasing mortgaged property and you want to help ensure that a tenant can remain on the property even if you know longer own it.
  • You've rented mortgaged property and want to be protected if the landlord no longer owns the property.

A Lease Subordination Agreement can help protect the interests of a tenant, so that if there is a transfer of ownership of the property, they can continue to pay the rent and accept the new owner as his or her new landlord. If you're a landlord, by using a Lease Subordination Agreement you can reassure potential tenants that they can stay in the property for the duration of their lease, so as to limit concerns over signing a lease with you.

Other names for this document: Non Disturbance Agreement


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This document is sometimes called a Lease Subordination, Non-Disturbance, and Attornment Agreement.

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