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I have several clients who rent apartments out in Mexico. It is not illegal to sublet in Mexico and the only way you cannot do so is if your lease specifically says you cannot sublet (few do).
You can charge whatever you want for rent, there are no set prices over the original rent that you can charge the subtenant, it is whatever the market will bear and people will agree to rent for. Some Mexican cities and states have rent control
ordinances in some areas of the cities or states meaning your rent cannot exceed a certain amount if your premises is in one of those areas, but you have to check with the city to make that determination.
You can charge more generally by 10%-20% for a fully furnished
You can make them pay utilities and internet service fees.
There really are no statutes involving any of this in Mexico, it is by contract between the parties.
If the person subletting does not pay, you have to sue them, you cannot just lock them out as then they could sue you for an unlawful eviction
and seek to collect damages
against you for doing so.