you are not required to paint the walls, but the landlord might 'deduct' some of your deposit to 'clean up' the place. personally, I find that really scrubbing the apt out, making it look as clean and neat as possible, including a touch up of paint (you don't have to really paint-paint, just do some touching up here and there), will help a lot. this way, you can be sure to get all your deposit back.AngryAngMo wrote:Hello,
I lived in a Studio (Condo) in Singapore for the last 2 years, moving into a new place end of this month. I am wondering now, if I have to paint my walls new before handing over the flat to cover up the usual and through 2 years of living created marks on the walls.
I checked my tenancy agreement but couldnt find a passage that explicity mentions that.
Advise would be much appreciated.
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