The Connecticut sublease agreement manufactures an authentic account of the arrangement for a person to rent a property from an existing tenant for a predetermined price. This lease type configures the details of the agreement to allow an alternate “subtenant” to occupy the space that is currently rented by the “sublessor”. The document covers payment, lease term, security deposit, and other provisions to provide both parties with secured rights and designated responsibilities throughout the leasing period. Should there be a discrepancy or dispute concerning the understanding between the sublessor, tenant, or the property’s landlord, the master lease will supersede clauses imposed by the sublease agreement. The sublease contract must be signed by the landlord as well as the subtenant and sublessor to be lawfully binding in the state of Connecticut.