can move out before 6 months period of occupancy

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can move out before 6 months period of occupancy

Post by shalinikartik0021 » Wed, 05 Jun 2013 10:01 am

we have been in one common room from feb'13. now we would like to move out of the house since we are not comfortable. it is possible in singapore to move out before the minimum period of stay. the landlord registered in hdb for subletting the common room pls advice.
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Post by Wd40 » Wed, 05 Jun 2013 10:29 am

If your landlord agree, everything is possible.
Worst case is you need to pay the rent of the remaining tenancy.
Most likely case, if your landlord is good, will be, he will tell you to find your replacement and you lose nothing or lose just the deposit.

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Post by shalinikartik0021 » Wed, 05 Jun 2013 11:48 am

our LL says u arern not following the rules and regulation and he argues some more.

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Post by AngMoG » Wed, 05 Jun 2013 11:52 am

shalinikartik0021 wrote:our LL says u arern not following the rules and regulation and he argues some more.
Well, you did sign the contract to stay for minimum 6 months. If you cannot come to an agreement with him, there are only two months left, a little less if you decide to move a few weeks earlier (you still have to pay the last month's rent though).

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Post by zzm9980 » Wed, 05 Jun 2013 1:51 pm

shalinikartik0021 wrote:our LL says u arern not following the rules and regulation and he argues some more.
Can you translate this into English? I think you're trying to say your landlord is unwilling to let you out early, but I'm really not sure.

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