You have a case to confiscate the deposit on the basis of the breach of the clause of the contract, according to which a tenant cannot sublet the unit without the prior consent of the owner. In most leases, there should be a clause that clearly no subletting without the owner`s consent and penalties for breaking one of the clauses, usually with the effect of the surety. Is it acceptable to sign a contract like below — this allows you to check rents for private dwellings that are not landed with at least 100 units and 10 rentals per quarter. There are many court proceedings regarding interactions between the Condominium Act and the Residential Tenancies Act. On the one hand, the rental law applies between the owner (probably the owner of the condominium) and the tenant (probably the person occupying the unit). On the other hand, the Condominium Act applies between the housing company, the owners and occupants of the units. Regardless of the size and number of rooms in a private condo, the maximum number of unrelated people is 6. As long as you have completed the minimum tenancy agreement for 6 consecutive months for the same rental agreement, there is no problem. Please note that you are applying your lease with IRAS. Hello, can I know that the work permit manufacturing industry can stay in condos? Is that legal? The owner can close 3 separate rentals with 3 of you. As a general rule, this would be the case for room rentals. Apart from the Good Faith deposit, the next amount the tenant would have to pay in advance would be the surety. This will be paid for when TA is signed, with the agreement of both parties on the terms set out below.
The deposit is usually an increase in the monthly rent, and can be used to pay for the last month of stay. It can also be transferred from the Good Faith Deposit. Can you say what I can do to protect my right as a tenant? Should I ask for a copy of the rental agreement (to make sure he has the right to sublet) and ask for the owner`s contact information? In this type of agreement, a tenant pays a non-refundable option tax in exchange for the possibility of buying the house at a predetermined price. If the tenant decides not to purchase the property, the landlord retains the option fee. I left my rented room in an HDB apartment in Bishan. The owner asked me to move within 24 hours because I had violated some of the points mentioned in the agreement. I did, but he did not return some of the deposit I had paid him, even though the room did not suffer any damage. He himself violated the agreement on several occasions. In my absence, entering my room without warning, going into my room and threatening to come down and “fix” it now, these are things of my head. My question to you is whether he has the right to retain full bail if the parties (tenants and landlords) have violated the agreement. The agent involved is visibly on the owner`s side.
Is there anything I can do to claim at least part of the deposit, since there was no damage to the property? Since you have managed to protect your rights as a tenant in the tenancy agreement, the lessor violates the conditions if he decides to withhold the deposit. It is best to tell your landlord that you will contact the Small Claims Tribunal (TSC) to assert the right to your surety. Thank you for your response. The TA mentions the early termination clause after the start of the leases. In my case, the contract is signed, but it will not start until October 18, 2017. And the TA was not buffered either. I wonder, therefore, whether the early termination clause is still in effect. Just to be sure of your “2 months”, you mean you rented for 2 months? If that is the case, that is fine.