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Hi, this warranty shouldn't be an issue as the warranty only applies when the appliance breaks down without a valid reason and due to wear and tear. If it is due to the tenant fault or mishandling, it will not be covered under this warranty.

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Hi,

I would be most glad to assist you further and pls feel free to let me know if you need any assistance. Have a good day ahead. By the way, the 30 days figure is just a guide and not a must. Some of my newer units are only up for 7 days of warranty period.

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Hi Sir/Madam

The 30-days warranty mentioned is more of a recommendation and not a strict requirement.
Every aspect of the lease agreement can be discussed and adjusted.

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Hello guru 30 days warranty for tenants when moving in. Understandably for older tenanted units without renovations.
Question: Ridiculous to include the warranty when the house is fully renovated with everything brand new- fittings, furnishings, furniture etc Any advice on this?? if under warranty , this should not be an issue too> landlord no need pay

Landlords shouldn’t be bound by the clause isn’t it?
up to negotiation

Simply outrageous and irrelevant don’t you think?
? personal opinion: it is fair and reasonable> if it is new place , how is it fair eg. fridge is spoilt the 2nd day tenant use it ? > how is it fair to tenant ? > if really new place and fridge with warranty > landlord should not be so reactive over it since it is covered with warranty . furthermore > if tenant spoilt it > eg . tenant accidentally knock and spoilt a hanging light > tenant has to pay . so case by case basis > need not overthink or worry too much or assume many things will spoilt by itself in 1st month

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Hello guru 30 days warranty for tenants when moving in. Understandably for older tenanted units without renovations.
Question: Ridiculous to include the warranty when the house is fully renovated with everything brand new- fittings, furnishings, furniture etc Any advice on this?? ANSWER:if NEW AND EG FRIGE IS under 1 YEAR warranty , this should not be an issue too> landlord no need pay

Landlords shouldn’t be bound by the clause isn’t it?
up to negotiation

Simply outrageous and irrelevant don’t you think?
?ANSWER: personal opinion: it is fair and reasonable> ANSWER >>if it is new place , how is it fair eg. fridge is spoilt the 2nd day tenant use it ? > how is it fair to tenant ? > if really new place and fridge with warranty > landlord should not be so reactive over it since it is covered with warranty . furthermore > if tenant spoilt it > eg . tenant accidentally knock and spoilt a hanging light > tenant has to pay . so case by case basis > need not overthink or worry too much or assume many things will spoilt by itself in 1st month .LANDLORD SHOULD ALSO PUT HIMSELF IN TENANT SHOES TOO AND VICE VERSA

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Dear sir/mdm,

A tenancy agreement is not bound by this 30 days defect free period, it is a private agreement between tenant and landlord so all can be negotiated. Without this condition, will tenant be agreeable to sign? If landlord has not been able to secure any tenants for a prolong period of time because of this condition, will landlord then be willing to agree to this 30 days defect free period?

On a side note, should the apartment be newly renovated, and all appliances and furnishings new, what are the chances of defects happening in the 1st 30 days to happen and trigger this clause? Also, if these things are new, then it is also likely that these items will come with warranty from the suppliers or service providers, thus landlord will also not be incurring any costs to the repair or replacement, while providing reassurance to the incoming tenant that all will be good for their stay. Read More
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