The deposit is used to repair/repair damage to your property by the tenant. From what you mentioned, yes, you may be claiming damages for the repainting of the walls, the lost item (if it was there since the beginning of the lease) and the cleaning of the curtains and air conditioning (if it was clearly stated in the contract that the tenant must do so during his stay). Good morning. Is there a legal definition of rental repair, as claimed by leases? When occupying a new 2-year lease, what can be reasonably expected to be an acceptable condition? Or rather, since the lease contains nothing specifically beyond the new paint of the house, can a tenant expect the property to be cleaned and habitable, including cleaning the dirt from the renovation (dust/paint, etc.), proper thorough cleaning of all bathroom and kitchen equipment (removal of grease, dirt, etc., cooking, cleaning sewers, cleaning cabinets) and cleaning windows, and can we expect that marked/marked wood floors/coverings will be severely damaged/scratched? Is there a case law in tenants` favour when the owner has not returned a property to a laudable condition and the costs and time to rectification should be borne by the owner of the land? Zoey, I hope you`ll do good. I just contacted my team about your case. There are things you need to keep in mind here. If the contract has been concluded for one year and your tenant wishes to terminate it without notice, this is a clear violation of the rules of the contract. To challenge this, you can use the Small Claims Tribunals, which is a small service of Singapore`s state courts to resolve small issues. Upstairs, since this dispute is only between you and the tenant, it might be a good idea to settle this between you. You can try to talk to him to try to bring in another tenant who can fill the duration. I`m not sure what you mean by extra 15 day stay. I hope this information will help.
Please let me know how to do it. Good luck! In Singapore, leases typically include a tenancy period ranging from six months to two years. During this period, the tenant is legally required to pay the rent set in the rental agreement (TA) with the landlord. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, it may be necessary for one of the parties to waive the lease. We examine these circumstances and their consequences so that landlords and tenants know what to do in the event of early termination of TA. Hello, can you consult, please? I`m a tenant with a 12-month lease. For work reasons, I intend to break the lease at the 6th month. But there is no penalty in my lease.
Do I have to pay the remaining six months` rent, which I think is pretty unfair? Hello, I`m a noise student. My landlord and I made a verbal agreement in an apartment in April 2016, now my landlord rented the apartment to another family in a single room and he lives with his family in another room and he also caused me problems with different things that I can not read and that I could not even cook for me because the lady of the other family is always busy cooking and all the tenants, including the owner, share a common kitchen. Now, on May 7, 2016, I have informed my landlord that I will be leaving the room on June 9, 2016, which I announce under the rental fee that applies to the landlord 30 days in advance, regardless of the fact that we have no written agreement or termination clause.