The Georgia sublease agreement refers to the distinguishing privileges and duties appointed by a written record for a subtenant to rent a property from a tenant that is presently leasing. Situations, where a tenant cannot maintain the lease or wishes to take residence elsewhere, can potentially be assisted by subleasing rather than breaking a lease to pursue an outside arrangement. The document states the identifying information for the actively-renting tenant and subtenant, rent timetable, security deposit, services/utilities assignment, and sublease termination date. Filing a sublease will demand the attention and approval of the landlord listed on the original lease agreement for it to be executed as a legitimate contract. Should there be a conflict between the sublease and original lease, the master lease will be determined as the overruling agreement.