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Geryl Lim
Hi Jin,

Since you have signed a contract, it is good to honour the contract, landlord has the right to forfeit your security deposit should you terminate the lease prematurely, unless there are clauses within the contract you have signed which allows you to break this lease. It is about 4 more months to the expiry of your lease therefore I would encourage you to stick to the lease for another 4 months.


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    There is a clause may allow me to terminate the contract after 12 month. But my agent only list my name on the contract.
    The clause : if the tenant unemployed for any reason.
    One of my housemate already resigned since July .