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Aaron Chong
Hi, yes you are right to say that the TA does not state compensation clause towards the tenant but you also can't move in freely as you like as well. So the best way is still to have a meet up with the tenant and to settle the matter amiacably .

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Mark Ng S W
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Geryl Lim
Dear sir/madam,

As it is not covered within a typical tenancy agreement for landlord to break lease, what I was taught was that this is implying that landlord cannot break lease. In your scenario, you will need to speak to the tenant directly and work out the premature termination terms and conditions.

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