The Florida sublease agreement delivers a contract to rent a piece of property form an actively renting tenant to a subtenant. The specifications of the arrangement may not necessarily be identical to the original leasing agreement in terms of the lease term or rental payment amount. Still, procedures and protocols of the original lease will take precedent over the sublease. For the sublease agreement to be legally binding, it will require signatures from the landlord of the dwelling, the current tenant and the subtenant. The documentation lists various clauses to interpret the rights and responsibilities, identify the participating parties, and state the regulatory policies to be adhered to avoid a breach of contract. If any disputes arise during the term of the sublease, the master lease will be viewed as the document to supersede any conditions varying within the sublease agreement.