Yes, you can sublet some or all of the rented premises to the subtenant. If a lessor is not willing to consider any tenancy option for the subtenant, the subtenant may consider staying in the sublet premises for a period of time (for example. B 90 to 180 days after termination or exclusion of liability from the lease) in the sublet premises to try to find new premises and to go there in an orderly manner. Landlords are often more likely to consider and grant such a request, as they are unlikely to have a new tenant to take over the premises once the lease is over, and they ensure that they receive additional rental income that they would not otherwise receive. However, if a lessor is willing to grant such a right, he is very likely to insist that the subtenant pay the rent that had to be paid during that period under the lease if it is higher than the rent payable under the sublease. Taking into account the subletting of the sublandlord and the sublease renting the sublet premises, both parties agree to respect, respect and comply with the following commitments, conditions and agreements: (ii) where the rent to be paid under the sublease is less than the rent to be paid under the lease agreement. . . .