The deposit is used to repair/repair damage to your property by the tenant. From what you mentioned, yes, you may be claiming damages for the repainting of the walls, the lost item (if it was there since the beginning of the lease) and the cleaning of the curtains and air conditioning (if it was clearly stated in the contract that the tenant must do so during his stay). Your case would be quite difficult to resolve because the agreement was made orally, so it will be a case of his word against you. It is preferable to have defined all the conditions of tenancy in a lease signed by the lessor, himself and a third party to protect himself. Our agent advises him to tell him that in light of recent events that make the place uninhabitable, and if he refuses to repair the A/C and the soils within a reasonable time, we will simply tell him that we are resiling the lease and removing it by the end of the month. The A/C took a total back seat, but it is still a habitable factor of the right place. After seeing the video and the photos of the ground, he asked us to „live with it for now“. use of the repository. [PARTY A] may use one of the bonds to correct [PARTY B`s] failure or to remedy the breach of this Agreement or to cover operating or maintenance costs [PARTY B] that would otherwise be payable. Many homeowners will include an appendix to the bail clause, known as the surety confirmation. This confirmation is a receipt that the landlord has received the tenant`s deposit and the amount received. Each lease agreement should contain a surety clause. While each owner has the option to customize this clause, the state in which your rental property is located may have certain deposit laws that you must comply with.
Regardless of your government laws, there are certain bases on the terms of the bond that you should always include in your agreement. Below is an example. Your landlord must return your deposit within 10 days after you have agreed to both how much you will get back. Zoey, I hope you`ll do good. I just contacted my team about your case. There are things you need to keep in mind here. If the contract has been concluded for one year and your tenant wishes to terminate it without notice, this is a clear violation of the rules of the contract. To challenge this, you can use the Small Claims Tribunals, which is a small service of Singapore`s state courts to resolve small issues. Upstairs, since this dispute is only between you and the tenant, it might be a good idea to settle this between you.
You can try to talk to him to try to bring in another tenant who can fill the duration. I`m not sure what you mean by extra 15 day stay. I hope this information will help. Please let me know how to do it. Good luck! 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! 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.