Hdb Tenant Agreement
If you are considering renting or renting an HDB/bedroom apartment, you can refer to these standard rental agreement templates established with contributions from supervisory authorities, associations representing the real estate agency industry and consumers, as well as practitioners experienced in the real estate rental process. These templates are just a guide, and you can modify the template or negotiate with your real estate agent the terms contained in the template in order to meet your needs and/or requirements. – What is the problem that made you terminate the contract? – What were the specific conditions in the contract that mentioned “within a period of one month, the owner or tenant can terminate the contract”. For now, it looks vague. If you find that there are no other ways to resolve the case, you can go to Small Claims Court (www.statecourts.gov.sg/SmallClaims/Pages/GeneralInformation.aspx) as a last resort. This clause determines the amount to be paid for damage to wear and tear (damage caused by direct negligence is deducted from the deposit). Under conventional terms, tenants pay the first $150 to repair wear and tear, while the landlord takes care of the rest. With regard to your question, the terms of the contract that you mentioned are fundamental that are included in most leases. Hello, 3 of my friends and I signed a lease with an agent today because the owner is not in the country. We agreed that we would move on April 1st. We don`t live together and we always have to look for our replacement in our current places, so we need time. We also transferred the account to the owner`s bank account and paid taxes.
However, the real estate agent has just informed us that the owner`s son has accepted an offer from another person who is moving in on March 1st. Our problem is that we can`t do it and she`s trying to convince us to move in on March 1. We paid everything and paid the deposit to secure/book 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 solve this problem? Thank you in advance. If this is not the case, the amount to be lost is usually negotiated between the lessor and the tenant. Chang, it depends on the situation. Officially, the tenant signed the lease and paid the deposit.
I think you should try to contact him/her and find out the reason for your absence. If the tenant has a legitimate reason and you think you are satisfied with it, you can continue. . . .