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No. Subleasing provisions are not standard in commercial lease and any terms in the commercial lease are always up to the negotiations between the landlord and commercial tenant.
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Does the lease state anything about subleasing?
Generally, unless the lease contained a clause / provision that states that the commercial tenant is permitted to sublease commercial premises, commercial tenant would not be permitted to sublease entire or any part of the commercial premises without landlord's written permission.
Unfortunately, you cannot rely on information that you find online, as such information could have been posted by anyone and might not apply to each situation, so my answer remains the same, based on the fact that commercial lease contained specific name of the commercial tenant and also of the commercial landlord and any subleasing without written authorization from the landlord, would breach the lease, since the sub-tenant would is not listed on the lease.
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