(e) "lessee" means a person other than the lessee of the establishment who legally inhabits the dwelling or floating house under a sublease contract. Step 3 - Duration - Activate one of the following boxes applicable to this Agreement (8) Before entering into a sublease agreement, the owner of the establishment may verify a tenant in accordance with ORS 90.303 (applicant assessment), but may not apply to rental credit and apply more restrictive verification criteria than the owner of the establishment for a rental agreement for an apartment or house, which belongs either to the owner or to the antenna with the owner under ORS 90.680 (sale of the apartment or house in rented area). (7) (a) If, during the term of a sublease agreement, the lessor notifies the lessee of the establishment of a breach of the lease agreement, a breach of the law or regulation, or the closure, conversion or sale of the establishment, the lessor shall also immediately give the lessee a copy of the notification. Notification to the tenant does not constitute notification to the tenant of the establishment, unless the tenant of the establishment has expressly designated the tenant as the representative of the tenant of the establishment for the purpose of receiving the notification. A sublease may be used for all or part of the remaining term of the original lease. The original tenant remains fully responsible for the rental unit and has shared responsibility with the subtenant. The sublease agreement obliges the tenant, the lessor to rent the space, all costs to be paid separately under the rental agreement and all separately invoiced incidental or service charges described in ORS 90.560 (definitions for ORS 90.560 to 90.584) to pay in good time until 90.584 (specific water billing). The subletting agreement also grants the tenant the same rights as the tenant of the establishment: to oblige the owner of the establishment to comply with ORS 90.730 (obligation for the lessor to keep the rental premises, empty premises and common premises in a habitable state) and to be protected against retaliation by ORS 90.765 (prohibitions of retaliation by the lessor). This subsection does not allow a tenant of the establishment to rent to a tenant in violation of the lease. .