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Geryl Lim
How prepared are you to handle the situation if the outgoing tenant decides to bring this forward as a legal issue? Meaning you maybe spending more than the security deposit to fight a case.

Are you suffering any loss in the unit being sub-leted without your approval? In my personal perspective where I strongly emphasize on being rationale, if there is no loss in returning the deposit, just move on to the next chapter with proper closure instead of insisting on rights and wrongs resulting in inconveniences.

We are not in a position to say you can or cannot. You may wish to consult a lawyer in this case to determine the possibility.

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Aaron Chong
Hi, you may wish to consult a lawyer for his/ her opinion first whether is it worthwhile doing it or simply to move on now that the lease has ended.

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