Your lease usually expires on the last day of your fixed term or at the end of your notice if you have given the correct notification. You must also leave the property and return the keys to the owner until the end of your fixed life or notice. Hello, would like to ask if the tenant signed the room rental contract and paid 1 month deposit, but at the end of the tenant no show on the agreed date or after. The tenant himself did not ask for bail. Is this lease considered terminated? A deposit cannot be used in place of rent and you are responsible for paying the rent until the end of the notice period, unless otherwise agreed with your landlord/agent. It is recommended to inform him so that he ends up with the end of a rental period. Better to have this conversation sooner than later. Just approach them in a reasonable way and accept that you could lose something or all of your deposit if the owner is not willing to work with you. Depending on the situation, I hope there will be enough time for the owner to regroup and rest without loss. It would make him more likely to let you out. As a landlord, you have the right to deposit the deposit and you have the right to collect the rent until the unit is re-leased. However, it is your duty to minimize the time it takes to re-rent and find a replacement tenant. Once you have entered into a new lease, the old lease is no longer valid.
Although the tenant has signed a tenancy agreement but has never moved in, we recommend signing an early termination letter with the former tenant. This ensures that the terms of this termination are clearly documented. Ta is more important than the LOI and needs to be read in detail. In the event of a dispute, the end result often depends on this document. Note that the Singaporean government does not standardize or protect lease agreements as many other countries, such as the United States; As such, a TA may contain conditions that you consider unfair, but nevertheless applicable. Necessary advice… I`m afraid that while this is definitely the sanest option, if the LL refuses to fix it, or wants to take its sweet time, we can legally get out of ta and have a good case to recover our bail in its entirety?? I accept that the latter cannot happen, but it seems so unfair and I would be willing to go to a little dish of claiming about it, but will they be black and white and say, “You dissolved the TA without LL`s permission, unlucky” or will they take into account the fact that the place is not too deliverable! It is important for the owner to document everything, especially the letter of early dismissal. You need this documentation to track and control how much money is committed to this situation, and you may need the documents if you end up going to court for disagreements. When and how much notification you give depends on the type of lease you have and what your lease says. Yes, you`re right.
In addition, the total amount of the rental deposit should not be refunded until after the lease expires (whether it has been renewed or not).