The Alabama sublease agreement sets forth a well-defined commitment for an individual to take over the responsibilities of the tenancy of a residence. The document records the details about the arrangement for a tenant to sublease the property to another party. Data detailing important material facts for the agreement include names of the sublessor and sublessee, payment amount, payment due date, security deposit, lease commencement, and lease end date. To legally sublease a property, keep in mind that the original lessor must approve it. Approval may be sufficient in the form of a provision in the original lease, but if there is no language stipulating subleasing, a written authorization may be necessary.