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Sublet Agreement

Sublet Policy Overview

Subletting policy only permits sublease agreements with prior written approval by Management and all sublet eligibility requirements are met. Sublets are limited to a six-month period of time, must qualify according to CTC eligibility guidelines and must be approved in advance in writing by the Management office. Management may deny a sublet request made by a resident household that is not in compliance with the CTC lease or otherwise not in good standing at the Co-op. Management needs to know who is living at CTC; failure to obtain written approval of a sublet, and meet subletting requirements, is a lease violation and will be cause for eviction for everyone involved.

Resources and Requirements

1) Six Month Maximum

The maximum a subleassee can stay in one specific unit is six months. Therefore, if you and your subleassee plan on your subleassee staying longer than six months, you will need to undergo a “Roommate Change,” which is a different process we can explain for you if you contact the office.

2) Subleasee is U of M Eligible

The subleassee (or individual to move-in temporarily) must meet CTC’s eligibility requirements in their affiliation with the U of M. View comprehensive list of eligible statuses and job codes.

3) Application Documentation

To apply for a subletter, please provide the office with the Sublease Agreement form, along with all of the subleassee’s documentation: government issued photo ID (such as a driver’s license or a passport), a copy of their U card, and an acceptance letter from the University or current class registration list. Retrieve Sublease Agreement Form (download for electronically fillable format)

4) Approval Needed 14-Days in Advance

Your sublease application must be approved by the CTC office before the subleasee can move into your unit. Please allow provided a minimum of 14 days prior to move-in for your application to be approved by the CTC office.

5) Co-op Membership

If your household is a member of the co-op, your subleassee has the option to assume and perform the membership duties (such as periodic laundry room cleaning). Otherwise, the non-member monthly fee ($50) will be assessed to the household’s account.

Incurred Damages

Reminder: Subleassees are not responsible for any damage during their time in your unit. Additionally, CTC does not provide move-out inspections for when subleassees move out. Thus, there is a section on the Sublease Agreement form to indicate how any of the possible damages or expenses will be handled between the two of you.

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Feel free to contact the office for any and all of your questions, and we are happy to elaborate further on the CTC Sublease Agreement!