The South Carolina Sublease Agreement is a legal document that serves as an agreement between a subtenant and a subtenant. This document allows a subtenant, in written agreement with the lessor and the original tenant, to share the premises or that the subtenant takes charge of the lease and the property. Regardless of how the lease works, the original tenant is held fully responsible for the payment of the rent by the subtenant and in a timely manner to the lessor. The original tenant is also responsible for a deposit from the tenant, and until the contract is released, the original tenant remains liable for damage to the property. A sublease agreement in South Carolina allows a tenant under lease to lease some or all of the same space (also known as ”sublease”) to someone else. Ideally, the tenant should ask the landlord in writing to accept the contract in the same way.