Hair Salon Booth Rental
This agreement is between a hair salon and a stylist that wants to rent a cosmetology
booth located at the salon to offer cosmetology services to consumers. Customize the
information of the parties, the monthly rental amount, the length of the rental period, and
more. It is essential to use a written agreement for such rentals to ensure that the
understandings of both parties are properly set forth. This agreement is ideal for
individuals or small businesses that want to rent a hair salon booth.
COMMERCIAL SUBLEASE AGREEMENT
THIS COMMERCIAL SUBLEASE AGREEMENT (hereinafter referred to as the
“Agreement”), is made on ______________________ [Instructions: Insert the date] by and
between ___________________ [Instructions: Insert the Salon’s name] (hereinafter referred
to as the “Salon”) of _____________________________________ [Instructions: Insert the
Salon’s address] and ___________________ [Instructions: Insert the Subleasing Stylist’s
name] (hereinafter referred to as the “Subleasing Stylist”) of
_____________________________________. [Instructions: Insert the Subleasing Stylist’s
WHEREAS, the Salon and __________________ [Instructions: Insert the name of the
Landlord of the Salon] (“Landlord”) entered into a certain lease agreement dated
_________________ [Instructions: Insert the date of the lease agreement between the Salon
and the Landlord] (the “Lease”) with respect to the Salon’s lease of the premises located at
________________________________ [Instructions: Insert the Salon’s address] (the
“Premises”). A copy of the Lease is attached hereto as Exhibit “A”;
WHEREAS, the Salon operates a commercial hair salon business on the Premises;
WHEREAS, the Subleasing Stylist desires to sublease a cosmetology booth located on the
Premises in order to operate the Subleasing Stylist’s own cosmetology services; and subject to
the terms and conditions hereof, and the terms and conditions of the Lease, Salon desires to
sublease said portion of the Premises to Subleasing Stylist
NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration the receipt of which is hereby
acknowledged by each party hereto, it is agreed as follows:
1. SUBLEASED PORTION OF PREMISES
Commencing on __________________ [Instructions: Insert the start date of the sublease]
(the “Commencement Date”), the Subleasing Stylist shall sublease the cosmetology booth
designated as booth number __ [Instructions: Insert booth number] (the “Booth”). It is
acknowledge by the parties that the Booth is approximately __________ (___) feet
[Instructions: Insert size] by __________ (___) feet [Instructions: Insert size] and includes a
styling chair, station and mirror. All material required to perform the Subleasing Stylist services
shall be the sole responsibility of the Subleasing Stylist.
2. TERM OF SUBLET
Commencing on the Commencement Date, the Salon shall sublease the Booth to the Subleasing
Stylist, which sublease shall continue for __________ (___) [Instructions: Insert the number
of months the Stylist will sublease the booth from the Salon] months unless terminated earlier
pursuant to the Lease.
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a. Commencing on the Commencement Date, the Subleasing Stylist shall make
monthly rent payments to the Salon, at the address specified herein, or at any other place
designated by the Salon in a written notice served on the Subleasing Stylist, in the amount of
__________ Dollars ($____) [Instructions: Insert the Stylist’s monthly rental amount] per
month, payable in advance on the _________________ [Instructions: Insert the day of each
month that rent is due e.g. “first” or “tenth”] calendar day of the month.
b. The Subleasing Stylist acknowledges late payment of rent may cause the Salon to
incur significant costs and expenses, the exact amounts of which are extremely difficult and
impractical to determine. These costs may include, but are not limited to, processing,
enforcement and accounting expenses, and late charges imposed on the Salon. If any installment
of rent due from the Subleasing Stylist is not received by the Salon within of __________ (___)
[Instructions: Insert the number of days Stylist has to pay rent] calendar days after the date
due, the Subleasing Stylist shall pay to the Salon, an additional sum of __________ Dollars
($____) [Instructions: Insert the late charge amount] as a late charge. The Salon and the
Subleasing Stylist agree that the late charge represents a fair and reasonable estimate of the costs
the Salon may incur by reason of the Subleasing Stylist’s late payment. Any Late Charge due
shall be paid with the current installment of rent.
c. Upon execution of this Agreement, the Subleasing Stylist shall pay sum of
__________ Dollars ($____) [Instructions: Insert the Stylist’s monthly rental amount] as the
Subleasing Stylist’s the first month’s rent.
4. SECURITY DEPOSIT
Upon execution of this Agreement, the Subleasing Stylist shall deposit with the Salon, as a
security deposit, the sum of __________ Dollars ($____) [Instructions: Insert the security
deposit amount] (the “Security Deposit”). The Security Deposit shall not be used towards rent.
the Salon may withhold from the Security Deposit only such amounts as are reasonably
necessary to remedy the Subleasing Stylist’s defaults including, but not limited to, the following:
(a) full or partial defaults in the payment of rent; (b) to repair damages to the Premises caused by
the Subleasing Stylist that exceed ordinary wear and tear; (c) if necessary, to clean the Premises
upon termination of the Subleasing Stylist’s sublease in order to return the Premises to the same
level of cleanliness it was in at the inception of the sublease, and/or (d) to restore, replace, or
return personal property or appurtenances, excluding of ordinary wear and tear. No later than
twenty one (21) days following the termination of the Subleasing Stylist’s sublease, the Salon
shall return any remaining portion of such Security Deposit to the Subleasing Stylist.
The Salon agrees to pay all charges for ___________________ [Instructions: Insert utilities
that the salon will pay for] for the Premises. The Subleasing Stylist agrees to pay all charges for
_______________________ [Instructions: Insert utilities that the subleasing stylist will pay
for] for the Premises. The Subleasing Stylist shall make payments for these utilities directly to
the utility companies.
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6. USE OF PREMISES
The Subleasing Stylist’s sublease of the Booth grants the Subleasing Stylist full access to the
Premises. Notwithstanding the foregoing, absent the prior written consent of the Salon, the
Subleasing Stylist’s services should only be performed in the Booth.
7. CONDITION OF BOOTH
The Subleasing Stylist agrees that the Subleasing Stylist’s act of taking possession will serve as
an acknowledgment that the Booth are in a tenantable and good condition. The Subleasing Stylist
will, at the Subleasing Stylist’s own expense, maintain the Booth in a thorough state of repair
and in good and safe condition. The Subleasing Stylist will be responsible for the appearance
and maintenance of the Booth.
8. LICENSES AND PERMITS
The Salon will maintain all licenses and permits required by any local, state, or federal agency
for the operation of a salon. The Salon shall not be responsible for the licenses and/or permits of
any stylist subleasing the Premises. For the duration of the Term, the Subleasing Stylist shall
maintain and display all permits required for the Subleasing Stylist’s business by any local, state,
or federal agency.
9. ASSUMPTION OF THE LEASE
a. This Agreement is subject and subordinate to the terms and conditions of the
Lease. The Subleasing Stylist expressly assumes, agrees to perform and comply with all the
obligations required to be kept or performed by the Salon under the Lease, except to the extent
that the terms of the Lease conflict or are inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement. In the
event of any such conflict or inconsistency between the provisions of the Lease and this
Agreement, the provisions of this Agreement shall control and govern.
b. The Salon agrees to maintain the Lease during the entire term of this Agreement.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the Salon shall not be deemed to
have breached the foregoing in the event that the Lease is terminated without the fault of the
Salon. The Salon agrees not to modify or surrender the Lease without the prior consent of the
Subleasing Stylist. In the event that the Lease is terminated, this Agreement shall terminate
simultaneously and the Salon and the Subleasing Stylist shall thereafter be released from all
obligations hereunder. In such circumstance the Salon shall refund to the Subleasing Stylist any
unearned rent paid in advance.
10. RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES
The Subleasing Stylist agrees that: (i) all services rendered by the Subleasing Stylist are rendered
as an independent contractor; (ii) this Agreement does not create an employer-employee
relationship between the parties; (iii) the Subleasing Stylist shall have no right to receive any
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employee benefits, including, but not limited to, health insurance, life insurance, sick leave
and/or vacation; (iv) the Subleasing Stylist shall pay all taxes including, self-employment taxes
due in respect of all payments received by the Subleasing Stylist for cosmetology services
rendered in the Premises; and (v) the Subleasing Stylist shall indemnify and hold the Salon
harmless in the event the Salon is required to pay such taxes on behalf of the Subleasing Stylist.
The Subleasing Stylist hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the Salon harmless from any and all
damage, loss or injury suffered by the Subleasing Stylist and/or any of the Subleasing Stylist’s
employees, agents, invitees, customers or visitors arising out of or related to the Subleasing
Stylist’s use, or the Subleasing Stylist’s employees’, agents’ invitees’, customers’ or visitors’ use
of the Booth and/or Premises, even if such damage or injury arises out of the negligence of the
12. RULES AND REGULATIONS
The Subleasing Stylist has received and agrees to abide by the rules and regulations promulgated
by the Salon. A copy of the current rules and regulations is attached hereto as Exhibit “B”. The
Salon reserves the right to revise the rules and regulations as it sees fit. In the event that the
Subleasing Stylist fails to comply with the then-current rules and regulations and/or the terms of
this Agreement, the Agreement may be terminated by Salon, upon giving __________ (___)
days [Instructions: Insert the number of days notice Salon must provide to terminate this
agreement if the Stylist violates the Salon’s rules and regulations] written notice.
a. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties hereto with
respect to the specific subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements or
understandings of any kind with respect to the specific subject matter hereof.
b. In the event that any provision or part of this Agreement shall be deemed void or
invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions or parts shall be and
remain in full force and effect.
c. Any and all additions, deletions, or modification to this Agreement must be in
writing and signed by the parties or it shall have no effect and shall be void.
d. This Agreement is binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the respective
successors, licensees and/or assigns of the parties hereto. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the
Subleasing Stylist may not assign or sublet the Premises, the Booth, or any part thereof, without
the Salon's prior written consent.
e. All notices, statements and/or requests for approvals ("notices") that either party
hereto is required or may desire to give to the other party shall be given in writing by addressing
the same to the other party at the addresses set forth above, or at such other address as may be
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designated in a notice to the other party. Notices shall be made by personal delivery, courier, or
by certified U.S. mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid. Notice shall be deemed given
on the date of delivery to the other party.
f. This Agreement shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of
__________________ [Instructions: Insert the state’s laws that will govern to this
agreement] applicable to agreements to be wholly performed therein, without giving effect to its
laws governing conflict of laws.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have duly executed this Amendment as of the date first
SUBLEASING STYLIST: SALON:
__________ [Instructions: Insert name]
__________ [Instructions: Insert name] Authorized Signatory
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CONSENT OF LANDLORD
The undersigned, Landlord in the Lease, hereby consents to the sublease of the Premises to the
Subleasing Stylist. In granting this consent, Landlord does not waive any of Landlord’s rights
under the Lease as to the Salon or under the sublease as to the Subleasing Stylist.
________________ [Instructions: Insert name]
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ORIGINAL LEASE AGREEMENT
[Instructions: Insert or attach a copy of the original lease agreement between the Landlord
and the Salon]
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
[Instructions: Insert or attach a copy of the Salon’s rules and regulations that the Stylist
must abide by]
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