I left my rented room in an HDB apartment in Bishan. The owner asked me to move within 24 hours because I had violated some of the points mentioned in the agreement. I did, but he did not return some of the deposit I had paid him, even though the room did not suffer any damage. He himself violated the agreement on several occasions. In my absence, entering my room without warning, going into my room and threatening to come down and "fix" it now, these are things of my head. My question to you is whether he has the right to retain full bail if the parties (tenants and landlords) have violated the agreement. The agent involved is visibly on the owner`s side. Is there anything I can do to claim at least part of the deposit, since there was no damage to the property? I have a request for pre-execution before the end of the contract. Look at a person signed a 1 year contract and due to unforeseen circumstances, he lost his job and must leave the country, What would be a liability of the tenant if nothing is mentioned in the rental agreement? The minimum rental period for each tenant, both in HDB and in private residential real estate, is 6 months.
Therefore, it is advisable that you do not sign the rental agreement, as this would mean that you must pay a monthly rent. Hello, 3 of my friends and I just signed a lease today with an agent because the owner is not in the country. We agreed that we would move on April 1. We don`t live together and we still have to look for our replacements in our current places, so we need time. We also transferred the deposit to the owner`s bank account and paid taxes. But right now, the realtor told us that the owner`s son had accepted an offer from another person who moved in on March 1. Our problem is that we cannot do that and they are trying to convince us to move in on March 1. We settled everything and paid bail to imprison the unit.
But the broker says that the lease we signed is not yet binding since the owner has not signed it. It`s true? What can we do to remedy this situation? Thank you in advance. Hello. 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? As a general rule, the rental agreement must be signed in the presence of the landlord and tenant with the broker (if any). In this case, where the lessor is abroad, the lease must be signed by the landlord and signed before you have approved it in order to clear up any misunderstandings.