Hello, I`m a noise student. My landlord and I made a verbal agreement in an hdb 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 prevented me from reading and couldn`t even cook for me. , because the lady of the other family of tenants 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. I`m planning to leave on June 9, but my landlord says he`s going to deduct nine days` rent from the deposit. I have also filed a complaint with HDB, SINGAPORE, about this. Please give some light on this problem that I can do else in this? You should list in your rental agreement all the people who reside in your apartment, including tenants and residents. Although occupants do not have the same legal obligations as tenants, they normally have to be included in the tenancy agreement to be protected by government rent laws. However, an inmate`s legal rights may vary depending on the jurisdiction, so it is important to review your local rent laws to clarify things.
Your case would be quite difficult to resolve because the agreement was made orally, so it will be a case of his word against you. It is preferable to have defined all the conditions of tenancy in a lease signed by the lessor, himself and a third party to protect himself. With respect to your question, the contractual terms you mentioned are fundamental, which are contained in most leases. 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? On the other hand, the tenant is entitled to a full refund of the deposit, since the landlord has not complied with the agreement to provide a finished apartment? Hello Adam, I would like to know if the lease was signed, the deposit and the first month`s rent was paid, but the apartment was not ready to pay the agreed rent. 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? You have a case to confiscate the deposit on the basis of the breach of the clause of the contract, according to which a tenant cannot sublet the unit without the prior consent of the owner.