It is preferable to opt for a lease model written by a legal expert to avoid the absence of important sections and the use of bad legal and technical language. Leasing contracts are generally simple documents, so as a general rule, there is no need to be examined by a legal expert. Hello Christopher, If you sign a contract for less than a year, you do not include a diplomatic clause and you have suddenly decided to terminate or terminate the contract, then this situation would be considered a breach of contract. In this situation, the best way to negotiate with the owner is. Communication is the key – be honest and true to why you do this – people understand people 🙂 hope it helps. Please don`t hesitate to contact us again! I will rent a retail/store outlet from a monthly rental owner (owner) to that person who purchased this unit from the developer. He wrote this rental agreement as below with « Clause 4.1 (a) and (b) » as follows and I`m not sure what 4.1 (a) (v) -4.1 (b) means to me as a tenant, as it seems to work against the tenant`s interests and the tenant pays an infinite amount of money depending on the landlord`s money loss statement. 4.1 (b) is the clause that scares me the most. The pls help, if possible, to explain to me what that meant. Thks in advance. If this is not specifically mentioned in the opt-out clause, the lessor should also not be entitled to pay the surety as a means of payment for loss of income due to an empty unit. The deposit is only for the reimbursement of damages to the property. If you find that there are no other ways to resolve the problem, you can go to the Small Claims Tribunal (www.statecourts.gov.sg/SmallClaims/Pages/GeneralInformation.aspx) as a last resort.
Hello, I prematurely terminate the 12-month lease, so my deposit is lost, but the landlord asks me to pay 1 month more due to the breach of the lease. In the tenancy agreement, no early termination clause and mentioned an additional 1 month, the rental agreement says only « the landlord agrees to rent 1 room within the 12-month period » So I have to pay an extra month`s rent if the deposit falls into disrepair? From what you mentioned, it appears that your tenant intends to break the one-month lease. When the contract was signed with her, was there a written agreement, what if she breaks the terms of the lease? It really depends on what is indicated, so you can decide what steps you can take if the lease is broken (z.B. The tenant must find a replacement tenant, the deposit is cancelled, take the tenant to small claims to recover the amount of rent lost, etc.). Can you get advice? Our case is very similar to the example above. We have been renting a private condo for 6 years (on a 2-year lease for 3 consecutive conditions) and LL uses our 2-month deposit.