The tenant decides to withdraw from the contract because the apartment was not yet in a habitable state (DIY and layout were incomplete). Does the owner have the right to keep the deposit? It is understandable, since the tenant is the one who cancels the contract, and it is not indicated that the deposit should be returned if the apartment is not finished. Can we specify what is the official start date of the mandate in accordance with the signed rental agreement? If it says the lease starts on April 1, the landlord (or his son) should not be allowed to look for another tenant to replace your existing contract. Hello. Is there a legal definition of rental repair, as required by rental contracts? What can reasonably be considered an acceptable state for the occupation of a new 2-year lease? Or rather, since the lease does not explicitly fix anything beyond repainting the house, a tenant can expect the property to be cleaned and habitable, including cleaning renovation dirt (dust/paint, etc.), deep cleaning of all bathroom and kitchen equipment/equipment (grease removal, dirt, etc.). B. cook, clean sewers, clean cabinets) and clean 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? Beyond the bona bona foi deposit, the next amount the tenant would have to pay in advance would be the deposit. This is paid during the signing of TA if both parties agree to the conditions set out below. The deposit is usually a multiplication of the monthly rent and can be used to pay the last months of the stay. It can also be transferred from the contribution of good faith. Do you still have a copy of the online copy with the e-stamp? As long as you have it, it should suffice as a legally binding agreement.
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 the landlord or landlord`s agent uses the IEA`s default agreement, this should be correct. Your agent will then ensure that the lease is fair and impartial. Most real estate companies share the same database of real estate offers in Singapore.
So use only ONE agent at the same time. If you go to many agents at the same time, it is very likely that they will show you the same property. A lot of confusion and embarrassment will arise if you hire a lot of agents. With an agent, you will save valuable time for you and the agent. He will then better understand your needs and needs after a few visits. Only if they are incompetent, not reacting or not displaying the right property you wanted, then start looking for another agent….