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If there is a force majeure clause in the tenancy Agreement that would allow him to stop rent payments then yes.
But this would be very very rare to find in a standard tenancy agreement. Force majeure clauses normally operate in favour of the business or company supplying for goods or service. Very rare in favour of the buyer etc.
If there is a guarantor listed you could enforce against them. Otherwise your only course of action would be to seek a court judgement against her. The. Pass the matter to either debt collector or lawyer in Belgium to recover the debt.
Most European countries allow this to happen.
.No, To rely on a Force Majeure, it must be written in the agreement. If there is no Force Majeure in the agreement, then she cannot rely on the that.
In many contracts, if there is no Force Majeure clause, then parties could look at Frustrated Contract. However this does not apply to tenancy agreement
Bot***** *****ne is she is legally bound to pay you the rent and she has no way out of that.
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If the main lease continues then so would the sub.