The Colorado sublease agreement allows a tenant who is under a lease agreement to act as the landlord and rent a portion or the entire space to someone else. Unless it is specifically requested at the time of lease signing, usually the property owner will have in the master lease that subletting is not permitted. In order to get permission, a written request must be made with the landlord authorizing the use.
Whether or not the sub-tenant pays on-time the landlord is due their rent in full from the original tenant.
The maximum amount of time subletting is allowed, unless otherwise agreed upon by the landlord, is the term of the original lease. Therefore, the original tenant is responsible for moving out the sub-tenant on time. If the sub-tenant does not move out properly, the original tenant is responsible for the eviction process.