Where did you get that information from? I have seen agents openly advertising short term rentals for quarterly basis for HDBs too. The OP is talking about studio, so that must be even more liberal.beppi wrote:Renting out residential property for short periods (<6months) is generally not allowed. Thus both you and the landlord (who agreed to it) are in trouble if the authorities get to know about it.
You should probably point this out to the landlord and ask him for cooperation in finding another solution.
There is no real issue about a less than 6 month SUBLET. And it all also depends on whether it is an HDB apartment, a private apartment or a condo. As long as the landlord has permission to rent out an HDB you should not have a problem.surajkk wrote:Hello
Please advice, I am new to Singapore and I had rented a flat (studio) initially I never had plans to bring my wife here, but later I had to get my wife so I searched for a new flat (a bigger one).
The studio i rented i had 1 year agreement with the landlord, she was not ready to releave me and hence i reached to my agent who brought another person (short term) to sublet that place and the landlord didnt complain. once the shorterm person finished her tenancy she moved out and then my agent got a new person a lady, the land lord signed a sublet agreement and now she wants to evict the new tenant( sublet tenant) and now the land lord is threatning me telling she will complain to police and also to Ministry of Manpower, i do have the sublet agreement signed by the landlord... the issue the landlord is stating is that the new lady who has taken the place has visitors(Visitors are the tenants cosuin, Niece etc) and the land lord says they will dirty the place etc... The sublet agreement is for 3 months starting Jun1 and ending Sep2 2013.
Can the landlord sue me or bring police and will i be in trouble? I do have the sublet agreement in place... which was signed by the land lord. my agent says there wont be any issues as the proof of Landlord subletting the place before and also the documents signed etc...
the demand of the landlord is to evict the present tenant in next 3 days... Need your advices if there are lawayers i would like to talk to them too.. Please answer...
Of course.x9200 wrote:Pregnant wives can not stay in a single room with their husbands?the lynx wrote:Or pregnant.x9200 wrote:Must be hell of an oversized wife to break the lease for that reason. A perfect example how people make their and others lifes more difficult.
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