There is only one clause that says: “Both tenants and landlords can terminate 1 month for the early termination of the lease after a minimum occupancy of 12 months. In this case, the deposit is refunded minus any damage caused by the tenant. What does that mean? But does this clause make sense? I think this should be an early termination clause, but the landlord took a minute of 12 months (which is exactly the duration of the rental). Please call me. Your case would be quite difficult to resolve because the agreement was reached orally, so it will be a case of his word against yours. The best way is to set out all the rental terms in a rental agreement signed by the landlord, yourself and a third party to protect yourself. This clause determines the amount to be paid for damage to wear and tear (damage caused by direct negligence is deducted from the deposit). Under conventional terms, tenants pay the first $150 to repair wear and tear, while the landlord takes care of the rest. Do you still have a copy of the online copy with the e-stamp? As long as you have it, it should suffice as a legally binding agreement. Many homeowners add an installation to the deposit clause, known as a surety confirmation. This confirmation is a receipt that the lessor has received the tenant`s deposit and the amount received. Can we specify what is the official start date of the mandate in accordance with the signed rental agreement? If it says the lease starts on April 1, the landlord (or his son) should not be allowed to look for another tenant to replace your existing contract.
Hello, my tenant claimed that he left his business because the employer refused to pay him a salary. For this reason, he gives 2 months` notice (Jan & Feb) to terminate the lease prematurely….