Sub Lease

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  1. IceCream

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    Hi, I am looking for advice. I own an ice cream shop. I have another person that would like to make and sell their product (popcorn) in my shop for a %. They want to be under me as a 1099 contractor. I do not feel good about this. Any suggestions
     
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    Welcome to Business Advice Forum IceCream, thanks for joining.

    I'm based in Ireland and am not familiar with the legal status of a 1099 contractor, what country or state is your business based in?

    Before sub-leasing you should check the terms of your own lease to see if it allows you to sub lease. Some property leases forbid sub-leasing and others require that you get the landlord's permission before sub-leasing part of the property.
     

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