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Diplomatic clauses are not standard, even if you are on work pass. In this case, it is subject to both landlord and tenant agreement whether this clause can be included. If your HR insists, then you may need to move on to the next potential listing.

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Hi,

Yes diplomatic clause for PR can be negotiated. And you just got to find a unit where landlord is flexible about it.

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Hi, appreciate your sharing. Able to negotiate by both parties, on break lease clause and compensation.
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My Answer with regards to your Question:

In Singapore, the "diplomatic clause" typically applies to expatriates or individuals on work passes who may need to terminate their lease early due to job relocation or other unforeseen circumstances. However, as a Permanent Resident (PR), you may not necessarily be entitled to the same provisions as expatriates.

The applicability of the diplomatic clause in your lease contract would depend on the specific terms negotiated between you and your landlord. Generally, PRs are subject to the same rental agreements and terms as Singaporean citizens, unless otherwise specified.HOWEVER > since even as a PR >> Your company will be relocated overseas in future >> this is valid and you may negotiate to include diplomatic clause in your tenancy agreement.

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Kevin Chung 莊國賢
If your company is paying your rent, then they can request for diplomatic clause in case they close down and exit Singapore. It should be reword.

Since you are a PR, the company closing down has no impact on your residence in Singapore. You should not be negotiating for a diplomatic clause in your TA. Even if the landlord agrees to add in, you cannot enforce it in the court of law. You can however request for similar terms but not phrase as Diplomatic clause.

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Replied by: Able S.K Toh

20 Feb 2024 at 10:31
My Answer with regards to your Question:

In Singapore, the "diplomatic clause" typically applies to expatriates or individuals on work passes who may need to terminate their lease early due to job relocation or other unforeseen circumstances. However, as a Permanent Resident (PR), you may not necessarily be entitled to the same provisions as expatriates.

The applicability of the diplomatic clause in your lease contract would depend on the specific terms negotiated between you and your landlord. Generally, PRs are subject to the same rental agreements and terms as Singaporean citizens, unless otherwise specified.HOWEVER > since even as a PR >> Your company will be relocated overseas in future >> this is valid and you may negotiate to include diplomatic clause in your tenancy agreement.

Whatsapp me at 9856 9255 

I am Sorry that This platform does not allow me to direct contact you.

You can reach me at https://wa.me/6598569255.

I am Happy to Help with No obligations! If you have any more questions or need assistance, FEEL GOOD to let me know. I am here for You! Cheers :)

See my REVIEWS here: (Just need to Copy and Paste the link)

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