• If the other person agrees to it, sure. You can't just go behind the persons back and do it though, no.
  • If the other person *and* the landlord agree... yes. The landlord reserves the right to refuse if the person who would be remaining on the lease has bad credit or can't afford the rent payments based on income. It's very bad business to rent to someone who can't afford the rent. It's unethical: it guarantees is a future eviction after a lot of drama (unauthorized sublets, etc) while the poor tenant scrambles, unsuccessfully, to keep his or her home. No good comes of it. Disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer but I've been a landlord for years.
  • Yes you can, but you should know how to handle the situations.

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