Cooking, cleaning sewers, cleaning cabinets) and cleaning windows, and can we expect heavily damaged/scratched/marked/water-stained wood and marble floors to be cleaned and polished? Is there any case law in favour of tenants when the owner has not restored the property to a commendable state and the costs and repair time must be borne by the client? As a general rule, both the tenant and the lessor are free to negotiate the terms of the rental agreement before signing the rental agreement, in order to accurately describe the extent of the liability of each party. This would involve the tenant`s request to the landlord to clean up, make repairs and replace worn faucets before deciding to move. This can be indicated in the most detailed and explicit way possible, from which the owner can choose whether or not to accept these conditions. In the worst case, you lose your 2-month reward, plus the amount of proportional commission your landlord paid to their agent (if any). Inform your landlord as soon as your termination is confirmed. You can try to find a replacement tenant to take over the current lease. The BP is more important than the law and should be read carefully. In the event of a dispute, the final result often depends on this document. Note that the Singapore government does not standardize or protect lease agreements to the same extent as many other countries, such as the United States; Therefore, an TA may contain clauses that you believe are unfair to you, but are nevertheless applicable. I have an end of lease.
The lease is for 2 years. Part of the rental agreement is the deposit clause, which should not be used for rent compensation. We are currently residing abroad due to the work and health of my children. We have 2 months deposit at the landlord and we only ask to charge last month`s rent, so the landlord leaves a month`s deposit.. . . .