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Unless otherwise agreed, the lessee may sublease the leased property to another party or transfer it for use based on another legal basis, but only if it does not cause damage to the lessor. The lessee guarantees to the lessor that the sublessee will use the property according to the lease agreement.

When a permit from the lessor is required for subleasing the leased property, the lessor can refuse it only for justified reasons.
The lessor can terminate the lease agreement if the leased property is subleased without their permission, when such permission is required by law or the contract.

The lessor may demand direct payment from the sublessee for any amounts owed by the lessee resulting from the sublease, for the purpose of collecting their claims.

Sublease terminates in any case when the lease ends.